A neighborhood of well-tended lawns and well-tended friendships, Providence is in every sense of the word, a community. Our common recreation areas, cherished traditions, and membership in the Providence Club, Inc. bring residents of all ages together to have fun, tend our communal property, and support one another as good neighbors.
We revel in monthly Happy Hours and a Fourth of July extravaganza at our 100-year-old summer-cottage-turned clubhouse, pitch in for an annual spring “clean ups” of the common grounds, and share in numerous special activities (from exercise classes to raft-ups to Bunco games).
Residents without private waterfront property can enjoy the beauty of Bay living via our three-pier marina on Mill Creek Cove and “The Point,” which is ideal for watching the sunrise, staging camp outs, and fishing off the bulkhead.
Summer fun centers around our 25-yard pool overlooking The Point, where there is always a breeze and what is arguably the best view in Annapolis.
The Puritans who first settled the area in 1649 knew what they were doing when they selected the site and the name, “Providence.” Life here is, indeed, providential.
The Club House
Our historic clubhouse overlooking the Chesapeake Bay dates back to 1905. The home is a much-used central gathering place for events throughout the year and is available for rent by Providence Club members.