BALTIMORE, MD - SEPTEMBER 24: A general view before the start of the Baltimore Orioles and Arizona Diamondbacks game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on September 24, 2016 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
BALTIMORE (WMAR) - Reader's Digest released the 'Nicest Places in America' and Maryland made the list twice!
Camden Yards and Rock Hall made the top five.
Coming in at number three is Rock Hall, Maryland which is in Kent County. The article said that the town has a charm that makes you want to live there. They also wrote,
"On Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay, this town treats strangers like neighbors and neighbors like family. “Nice” is even part of this 310-year-old town’s motto: “Nice People Live Here.”'
At number five, Oriole Park came in as the only baseball park on the list! Reader's Digest wrote,
"By holding its powerful spotlight at the right angle, Oriole Park has gone beyond its role as America’s best ballpark to help big-hearted Baltimore honor its most important heroes."
The top spots were taken by Gallatin, Tennessee, and Texas' Plufgerville High School.