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.
Capt. John Smith’s presence on the Pocomoke River near Pitt’s Landing is well documented. On his trek up the Pocomoke to find drinkable water Smith passed Pitt’s Creek which today probably has changed little in appearance. Pitt’s Landing, on Bell Rd in New Church, VA., provides paddlers access […]
As kayakers we appreciate the beauty of the wind and water. We also have a healthy respect for its power. While floating peacefully on the Pocomoke River on Sunday, we knew Texas, Louisiana and Houston were not appreciating the same beauty. Our hearts break for those impacted by […]
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 […]
Confused? Kayaking DELMARVA is our blog title and website. Maryland Kayaker the author. We created our blog while living in Frederick, MD, and thought we’d keep the name, Maryland Kayaker, after moving to Delaware. However, after four years residing in Millsboro, DE in Slower Lower DE (a.k.a. Sussex […]
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 […]
Is it possible to find a deserted Atlantic Beach in Virginia? We thought not until we launched our kayaks from Gargatha Landing in Accomack County Virginia. Again we kayaked with Shannon Alexander of Bay Country Kayaking. Shannon’s tidal knowledge dictated our starting time for this trip. Our goal […]