what region is the state of maryland in?
- Salted NutsLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
uh the southSource(s): passed 4th grade geography
- jpm896Lv 58 years ago
Maryland is usually considered to be in the Southeast, being south of the Mason-Dixon line, and is officially part of that region according to the U.S. Census Bureau, among other organizations. The same can be said of bordering Delaware. Maryland has been historically part of the South/Southeast from colonial times, even though it did not secede in the Civil War. (Though some consider the two states to be part of the Mid-Atlantic along with Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey.)
- pippy505Lv 78 years ago
It is on southern border of the North East region of the United States.
- calpal2001Lv 48 years ago
Middle Atlantic and Southeast