Cecil County is located in northeastern Maryland, south of Pennsylvania and west of Delaware. Cecil County is physically divided into two masses of land by the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. It is part of Maryland's Eastern Shore and the Delmarva Peninsula. The county has a total area of 418 square miles, of which 348 square miles is land and 70 square miles (16.69%) is water. Cecil County has over 200 miles of shoreline and more than 4,000 boat slips.
Cecil County preserves many historical landmarks. Some of these historical landmarks include covered bridges, water wheels, old forts and Civil War memorials. Wikipedia has a complete listing of all of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Cecil County, Maryland.
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