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COCKEYSVILLE , MD - JULY 02: A group of kids jump into a quarry lake at the Beaver Dam Swimming Club July 2, 2012 in Cockeysville, Maryland. Residents of the Baltimore and Washington area continue to seek ways to avoid the heat with electrical power knocked out by storms 3 days ago still impacting almost half a million people. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Wow, wow, wow! So I saw quite a few pictures of Carrigan Farms, and all I can say is wow. I’ve never been to a quarry before, but this place looks beautiful.

Carrigan Farms will offer swimming, fishing (catch and release,) and more. They have implemented quite a few new regulations for safety due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Here are a few of those regulations.

  • Capacity will be reduced.
  • When swimming, keep your group together. When not swimming, stay together on land as well.
  • When fishing at one of the two ponds on site, there is a strict catch and release regulation.
  • There maybe a cost associated with swimming upon entry. I would suggest to contact them ahead of your visit to inquire if any changes have been made.
  • Everyone under the age of 12 must wear a life vest.
  • Lifeguard on duty at all times (This was probably an all the time thing anyway.)

Guess what else they have? I’m probably most excited about this one…. a strawberry patch!

Oh baby! We've got strawberries to pick today.

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I hope you enjoy your Memorial Day weekend. Stay safe. I’m not heading out. I’m still scared. LOL