St. Mary's County, Maryland.
Patuxent River midpoint in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
Patuxent River ends in Patuxent River, Maryland.
119.86 miles long (192.90 kilometers)
78518447.56 miles (126363231.57 sq kilometers)
About The Patuxent River
Patuxent River is a River located in St. Mary's County, MD. Starting in Mount Airy, MD the Patuxent River flows 133 miles through Upper Marlboro, MD before ending in Patuxent River, MD. Find maps, fishing guides, weather and recreation information at Guidesly.
The Patuxent River is the largest and longest river in the state of Maryland, spanning 908-square-mile in size. It is a tributary of the Chesapeake Bay and one of the three major river drainages in central Maryland. The other two are the Potomac River to the west, which runs through Washington, D.C., and the Patapsco River to the northeast, which runs through Baltimore.
The watershed is located entirely in Maryland. Its four major tributaries and feeders consist of the Little Patuxent River, the Middle Patuxent River, the Davidsonville Branch, and the Western Branch. From its origin in the hills of Maryland Piedmont 115 miles away from the Chesapeake, the Patuxent River runs between Baltimore and Washington D.C. in a generally southeastward direction, before it flows into a passable tidal estuary in Prince George’s County.
Patuxent River Fishing Description