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Hampton Plantation is a registered historic property located between the Chesapeake Bay and the Patuxent River on the second highest point in Calvert County Maryland. The property’s original log cabin was erected in 1664 and developed into the current manor house built in 1825. Once one of the largest tobacco plantations in Maryland, the property is today a private family residence. Hampton Plantation partners with an important local nonprofit, Freedom Hill Horse Rescue, which maintains its headquarters and operations on the property.  



Hampton Plantation, located at 7940 North Flint Hill Road, Ownings Maryland, is the base of operations for Freedom Hill Horse Rescue, a nonprofit organization working to save the lives of horses. Freedom Hill Horse Rescue's mission is to rescue horses from neglect, abuse, and slaughter; to improve their lives by providing a safe haven for healing and rehabilitation; to find them new homes through a rigorous adoption process; to provide a lifelong sanctuary for horses who are too old or sick to be adopted; and to educate the community through educational and equine-assisted programs.

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