The Eastern Shore Travel Guide
Plan Your The Eastern Shore Vacation
Cecil County includes the northern extremities of Chesapeake Bay. Its western boundary with Harford County, the Susquehanna River, is the Bay's principal northern tributary. Its southern boundary with Kent County is another tributary, the Sassafras River. The all-important Chesapeake and Delaware (C&D) Canal is cut between Cecil's third major river, the Elk, and the Delaware River, a major shipping route that connects Chesapeake Bay with Delaware Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Its many acres of public parks and forests and well-known horse farms help preserve connections to the land.
Outside of Cambridge's singular Hyatt Regency and Ocean City's approximately 10,000 hotel rooms—the great majority of... read more
Clearly "seafood"—finned fish and shellfish from the Chesapeake and its tributaries—reigns. Many menus include local... read more
Things To Do in The Eastern Shore
Maryland's Eastern Shore is readily accessible f... read more
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