The Aspen tress are doing their thing and a day spent soaking it up is an experience as good as gold. via Good as Gold — nature has no boss
We spot Eagle’s nests pretty regularly. But this nest on Miles Island in the E.A.Vaughn WMA takes the prize as the largest one we’ve seen. For more Kayaking Delmarva blog posts visit our Blog Index.
Broad Creek in Western Sussex County, DE offers beautiful kayaking with easy access. Roger C. Fisher River Park on 6th St. in Laurel, DE offers parking, port a potties, and paved ramps. Eight miles downstream, just before Broad Creek meets the Nanticoke River, is Phillips Landing State Park with […]
Located off the Pocomoke River, just upstream from Pocomoke City, MD, Dividing Creek featured a quiet paddle through a cypress and hardwood swamp. We found our put in at the Winter Quarters Golf Course Landing on Winter Quarters Drive. If driving south on US 13 Winter Quarters Drive […]
The Worchester County boat ramp at Taylors Landing just outside Girdle Tree MD is currently closed to the public. It appears a complete rebuilt of the launch ramp is underway. Lots of heavy equipment was on site. This is one of our favorite launch sites and we were […]
Kayaking around Miles Island in Chincoteague Bay is one of our favorites and featured in this blog before. The south side of Miles Island faces directly south and is always home to a good deal of choppy water. But a trip in late May featured quite a ride. […]
Near Snow Hill, MD exists several kayaking opportunities through cypress swamps. Byrd Park in Snow Hill is one of the best launch spots. Two boat ramps, restrooms, shaded picnic areas and playground equipment exist in the park. Leaving from Byrd Park kayak south on the Pocomoke River. Tidal […]