Bel Air, Maryland is a quaint little town in the Bel Air region of Baltimore County with a population of only 7,000 people. It was founded in 1706 and today it retains its charm with small-town values like strong family ties and traditional southern cuisine. Bel Air, MD has been nationally recognized for preserving its historic downtown district, which includes many beautiful Victorian homes that date back to the 1800s. Bel Air, MD is also home to one of the oldest country clubs in America as well as Bel Air Country Day School, a private school on five acres overlooking Loch Raven Reservoir. Learn information about Bel Air, MD.

Incorporated on January 15th, 1890 Bel Air became an independent town and was subsequently annexed by Baltimore County many years later. Bel Air has long been recognized for its beautiful scenery and proximity to Baltimore County’s parks system which includes over 25 miles of hiking trails and extensive wildlife corridors. Bel Air is home to one of Maryland’s premier horse breeding farms as well as Bel-Air Country Day School, a private school on five acres overlooking Loch Raven Reservoir with access to more than 100 acres across all three campuses including fields, woods & streams. Discover facts about Bel Air North, Maryland: A Unique Neighborhood.