Nassawango Creek is one of DELMARVA kayakers favorite paddling locations, particularly if you can find the path through the water lilies to the upper reaches. We usually put in at Snow Hill, paddle two miles downstream on the Pocomoke and turn upstream on Nassawango Creek. If you have the ability to shuttle, putting in at Red House Road is another option. This blog from Bay Journal provides a great deal of historical information on Nassawango Creek.
We seem to be alone under the canopies of bald cypress and black gum. Hawks soar overhead. Leaves on the rose bushes rustle. Remnants of a beaver lodge hide among the brambles. An old truck, possibly from the 1950s, sits rusting on the water’s edge. There is much to look at in a six-mile…
via ‘Forgotten’ Nassawango returns to its natural state — Bay Journal
Categories: All Things Kayaking, Eastern Shore Kayaking, Nassawango Creek, Pocomoke River
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