About Havre De Grace, MD From the Web…
“Havre De Grace’s rich history begins with its settlement in 1658. Marquis de Lafayette named Havre de Grace after his hometown in France named Le Havre, France, meaning “Harbor of Grace,” as noted in his diaries. The citizens, in 1785, incorporated the town as The City of Havre de Grace.”
“Enjoy the Bay while fishing, boating, bird watching or strolling our boardwalk promenade along the pristine Susquehanna River. Discover quaint downtown shopping and many historic attractions such as the Concord Point Lighthouse. Fresh seafood and fine dining are always served with a smile in Havre de Grace.”
We serve the following cities:
Havre De Grace, Aberdeen, Edgewood, Elkton, Joppatowne, Perry Hall, Middle River, Rossville, Carney, Overlea, Essex, and Parkville, and Pike Creek, Newark, Brookside, and Middletown in Delaware.
We serve the following counties:
Harford, Cecil, and Baltimore, and New Castle in Delaware.