is an unincorporated community in central Anne Arundel County, Maryland, USA. It is a semi-rural community comprised mostly of farms and suburban-like developments and is a good example of an "exurb." Davidsonville has relatively little commercial development and no high-density housing. The community is generally not served by public water, sewer or natural gas utilities, so homes generally employ well-and-septic systems. The nominal, if not geographic, center of Davidsonville is the intersection of Maryland routes 424 (Davidsonville Rd.) and 214 (Central Ave.), located at .
As of the 2000 U.S. census, the Davidsonville zip code (21035) had a population of 7,369, with 93.8 percent of households White American, 3.6 percent African American, 1.2 percent Asian American and the rest multiracial or other races. The community had a median annual family income of US$104,165, and 2.1 percent of families had incomes below the poverty line. Approximately 95 percent of the occupied housing units were owner-occupied, and owner-occupied homes had a median value of US$331,200. It is also home to Davidsonville Elementary School, which has approximately 600 students in kindergarten through fifth grade.