White Hall is appropriately named after a large colonial home that was built near Annapolis, Maryland in 1764. The house is a large five-part Georgian mansion that originally sat on about 1,000 acres of land. The home can be found on a peninsula in between Whitehall Creek and Meredith Creek. The mansion was named a National Historic Landmark in 1960.
In 1763, 814 acres of land was bought by Governor Sharpe, and in 1764, he bought the Whitehall portion of land. Sharpe quickly commissioned the work of many talented people to complete the construction of the mansion. He built the mansion for his future bride, Mary Ogle, but unfortunately, she never agreed to marry him. The mansion was completed shortly after in 1765 and was loved by Sharpe who spent much time within its walls and on its grounds.
For those that enjoy athletics and like to golf, Greystone Golf Course is a wonderful destination on your trip to White Hall. The course contains 140 feet of various elevation changes including seven ponds and 80 bunkers. The course was designed by Joe Lee who was an architect for Walt Disney World. Many people love the course for its nature-inspired beauty. Hardwood trees and wetlands surround the course to keep players inspired.
White Hall is one of Maryland’s top areas for agriculture, so there are lots of farms that travelers can visit to get some of the best homemade food. Clear Meadow Farms, Yolo Farms, and The Miller’s Farm are some of the most popular locations to get farm-fresh meat, milk, and home goods.
There are many places in White Hall, MD that you can visit to help relieve some of your stress while your pet is being treated. We are proud to treat this community and promise to care for your pet with all the love and respect they deserve. We know that a visit to an emergency hospital is always a stressful time for both you and your pet. We strive to provide you with the best experience and care to alleviate that stress and get your pet back to feeling like themselves