From “Queen Anne’s Towne” to “Queen’s Towne” to “Queenstown,” the little town on the water has evolved throughout time but remains quaint and charming. According to the 2010 United States Census, there were less than 700 people residing in the town. One of the larger attractions in town is the Queenstown Premium Outlets Mall, located directly off of Routes 50 and 301. The outlets are home to over 65 stores and bring in a large portion of business from travelers passing by.
According to the 2010 United States Census, the town is a total 0.13 square miles, and the population was a mere 222. The border between Talbot County and Queen Anne’s County runs through the middle of town
Filled with Dock Bars and Crab Houses, Grasonville is truly representative of the Maryland lifestyle. Out of the 5.2 square miles of land, 20 acres are water.