On May 1st the weather finally warmed enough for our first kayaking trip of 2018. DELMARVA’s April weather was abysmal, and with cabin fever raging, we impatiently waited for Spring to arrive. May 1st promised to be a glorious spring day with bright blue skies. Finally, we were […]
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.
Paddlers at Janes Island State Park can choose to paddle inland marshes, tidal rivers and the Chesapeake Bay. On an 11 mile paddle we looped the lower part of Janes Island. With 7 marked water trails at Janes Island SP endless options exist for combining trails. The state […]
Soft shell crabs for lunch harvested right next to our restaurant. A main attraction on a kayaking trip near Saxis, VA. We launched from the Hammock Landing launch on Messongo Creek near Saxis, VA. Saxis (and Guard Shore) WMA surround the area. Silky smooth waters on Messongo Creek […]
We last kayaked Tuckahoe Creek in the spring of 2014. With the new bridge, and road work complete where Rt 404 crosses the creek, the time arrived for a revisit to this area between Queen Anne and Hillsboro, MD. A small launch and park is located in Hillsboro. […]
Scenery changes on Marshyhope Creek depending on the tide. Read more…..
A new home base opens up new kayaking locations for Maryland Kayaker. Venturing just inches south of the Maryland/Virginia border brings one to Pitts Creek off the Pocomoke River. The launch site features a small parking area on a bend of the Pocomoke. Kayaking north about half mile […]
On a crisp breezy spring day Pikes Creek near Snow Hill, MD was our first kayaking trip of the season. Taylor’s Landing just outside Girdletree is the best put in for Pikes Creek.Taylor’s Landing is one of our favorite put in spots with several unique kayaking trips from […]
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.