Maybe take in a show.
It's all just minutes from
The Villages of SteepleChase.
Excellent shopping options are within minutes of your front door at the Villages of SteepleChase. From a wide variety of grocery stores and pharmacies to Target, Walmart and Lowe's, you can find what you need without going far. Looking for an even broader selection? Try St. Charles Towne Center in Waldorf or the outlets at National Harbor.VIEW NEARBY SHOPPING
Take in a show at Port Tobacco Players or a summertime concert at the town hall. Play a round of golf at Hawthorne Country Club or catch a ballgame with the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs. There's plenty of excitement so close to the Villages of SteepleChase. And that's before we even talk about the fishing, crabbing and boating on all the nearby creeks and river.VIEW NEARBY ENTERTAINMENT & RECREATION
Whether you're craving a quick bite on the run or more of a fine dining experience, you can find the perfect meal for the occasion. Want to try the local favorites? Start with breakfast at Marie's Diner, lunch at Red Oak Bistro or dinner at Casey Jones Restaurant.VIEW NEARBY DINING
When you live at the Villages of SteepleChase, your children will have access to sought-after Charles County schools. The community is zoned for Walter J. Mitchell Elementary School, Milton M. Somers Middle School and Maurice J. McDonough High School. Or you could opt for one of the many excellent private schools nearby.VIEW NEARBY SCHOOLS
Southern Maryland has shaped our nation's history since the colonial era. Visit the Thomas Stone Historic Site to learn about a local signer of the Declaration of Independence. Then retrace the path of John Wilkes Booth as he fled to Virginia following Lincoln's assassination. And don't miss the one-room schoolhouse in Port Tobacco or the old train station in La Plata.VIEW NEARBY HISTORICAL & EDUCATIONAL
No matter your faith, you won't have to look far to find a place to worship near your new home at the Villages of SteepleChase. Southern Maryland is home to churches that date back centuries, and new places of worship open all time.VIEW NEARBY PLACES OF WORSHIP
Monday - Saturday: 11am to 5pm
Evenings By Appointment