A small town in Harford County, Maryland with a population of about 23,511. Covered with part of the Chesapeake Bay, farms, woodlands, and suburbs. Some people think that all we do is cowtipping and bathing in the crick, but there is a lot to do here. We have a movie theater, minigolf, tons of restaurants, and a lot more. Formerly known as Harford Town, or Bush, this was where the first Declaration of Independence was adopted. Always somehow gets more snow than other towns in Harco. Next to Edgewood, the gang, drug, and crime capital of Eastern Maryland. Home to Broom's Bloom, only the best ice cream place in Maryland. Often confused with a district of Bel Air because of its size and not many people have heard of it. Everybody knows each other, so everybody is saying hi to each other as they pick up their crabcakes and pizza from Box Hill Pizzeria. About 75% of the males from ages 12-19 are street skaters so that is not an uncommon site. Overall, Harford County's best-kept secret.
Wow! Bel Air has some pretty good ice cream!" "umm...no you're in Abingdon now" "wtf is Abingdon?