The Choptank River is broad as it passes Cambridge and merges into the Chesapeake Bay around Tilghman Island. North of Cambridge the Choptank narrows and tributaries offer a number of kayaking opportunities. Using Ed White’s book “Exploring Flatwater: Eastern Maryland and Delaware” we chose Miles Creek and King’s […]
Sitting in a kayak watching an eagle soar is time well spent. For more Kayaking Delmarva blog posts visit our Blog Index.
Las Vegas is not a place I choose to go. As someone much more interested in the beauty of nature I’ve never found the hype appealing. There’s something about a hotel designed so you must walk through the casino to get your morning coffee that just isn’t me. […]
Next up on Maryland Kayaker.. Launching onto the Colorado River directly below the Hoover Dam. or If you must go to Las Vegas on business skip the casinos and try this for fun! For more Kayaking Delmarva blog posts visit our Blog Index.
My last blog shared our trips launching at Taylor’s Landing and kayaking around Miles Island. One hot windy July day in 2013 found us deciding to instead explore the identified creeks in this area. Leaving the launch point at Taylor’s Landing you can easily locate the mouth of […]
Any time I’m tempted to swim in many areas of the Eastern Shore these creatures remind me it’s a bad idea. For more Kayaking Delmarva blog posts visit our Blog Index.
Taylor’s Landing – Part I Located on the western side of Chincoteague Bay, Taylor’s Landing is on the edge of the E.A. Vaughn Wildlife Management Area. Several kayaking trails are designated in this area and we obtained a brochure from the Pocomoke Canoe Company in Snow Hill, MD. […]