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Cockeysville, Md., is located to the north of Baltimore in the heart of the Mid-Atlantic region. This suburban community has beautiful homes for rent, excellent schools and a thriving business environment that rivals those of larger municipalities in the area, but regardless of its growth, Cockeysville has been able to maintain the small-town feeling for which it's known. Much of the town's eastern border sits on the Loch Raven Reservoir, which provides one of the most beautiful landscapes in Maryland.
Quick Facts for Cockeysville Renters
- Cockeysville is named after its founder - Thomas Cockey - who moved to the area with his family in the 18th century.
- Interstate 83 runs along Cockeysville's western border, making it easy for residents to travel and commute throughout the region.
- Marble found in Cockeysville was used to construct the top half of the Washington Monument.
- Neighboring towns include Lutherville-Timonium, Owings Mills and Monkton.
Key Resources for Cockeysville Families
- The Maryland Transit Administration's light rail system services Cockeysville. Check out the MTA website for information on stops, routes and schedules.
- Cockeysville is a member of the Baltimore County Public Schools district. Parents can find information on Cockeysville Middle School and other institutions on the BCPS website.
- The Baltimore County Government maintains an active presence on Twitter. Cockeysville residents can benefit from following the page for updates on local happenings.
Things to Do in and Around Cockeysville
The Loch Raven Reservoir is one of the best places to go bass fishing in Maryland. The Loch Raven Reservoir Watershed is home to more than 20 miles of trails where residents can go mountain biking, horseback riding, hiking and running. Other top Cockeysville attractions include the Oregon Ridge Dinner Theatre, The Ultimate Playzone, Oregon Ridge Park and the Beaver Dam Swimming Club. Local residents also frequently head to Baltimore for entertainment and recreation, as the city is just 17 miles away.