Odenton Market Stats

Welcome to Odenton

Located equidistant to both Annapolis and Baltimore, Odenton was once known as just a quiet bedroom community. But over the last few decades, this city has experienced an unprecedented transformation into a hub for business, transportation, and culture. Boasting countless employment opportunities and easy access to nearby metropolises, Odenton is an ideal spot for young professionals, retirees, and everyone in-between.

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Why Do Residents Choose Odenton?


As one of the fastest growing suburbs in the nation, Odenton serves as a hub for government workers and young professionals looking to settle down in the suburbs. However, this community is popular amongst all ages. The master-planned neighborhood of Piney Orchard features on-site shopping and dining, as well as its own active adult communities. Seven Oaks is another popular option, boasting a nature reserve, elementary school, community center, fitness center, tennis courts, basketball court, and shopping center.

Parks & Recreation

Take some time to explore Odenton's natural destinations—you won't be disappointed by the adventures that await at the area's best parks, trails, and green spaces. Sprawling for nearly 13,000 acres, the Patuxent Research Refuge features everything from trails to hunting and fishing spots. Other favorites include GORC Park and the Piney Orchard Ice Arena.

Job Opportunities

Buyers flock to Odenton thanks to its nearby job opportunities and top-notch public transportation. Odenton is home to Fort Meade, a government facility that hosts the Fort George G. Meade military base and the NSA headquarters. And if you need to commute into the city, just hop on the Patuxent Freeway to reach I-97, or take a MARC commuter train out of Odenton Station.

Shopping & Dining

Though Odenton is largely residential, it's grown to offer its own selection of retail stores and eateries. If you want to live like a local, head into Downtown Odenton to scope out businesses like The Hideaway, Rinconcito Mexicano, and the Odenton Shopping Center. Just south of Odenton, Waugh Chapel Towne Centre offers everything from a movie theater to Target.

Local Events

You'll never run of out exciting things to do and see when you live in Odenton. The Piney Orchard Street Festival and the fall Craft & Vendor Show are just a few local highlights. And if you head into larger cities like Annapolis or Baltimore, you'll find even more unique celebrations, like Charm City Bluegrass Festival, Summer Restaurant Week, or the Military Bowl.

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Odenton at a Glance

Travel & Commute

Annapolis: 30 mins
Baltimore: 35 mins
Gambrills: 7 mins
Major Roads: Waugh Chapel Road, MD-32, I-97

Quick Facts

Population: 43,488
Zip Code: 21113
County: Anne Arundel
Median Home Price:

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