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Smallwood State Park, named for William Smallwood, is located in nearby Rison, Maryland. It includes Smallwood's Retreat and Sweden Point Marina. Many fishing tournaments are held annually at the park, attracting fishermen from many states and there is an art gallery on the grounds.
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