The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, in St. Michael’s MD, sponsors a week-end long small craft festival each fall. Small craft, many hand-built, are on display. Most of the builders are present and love to share about their craft. The beautiful wooden paddleboard enthralled me. Particularly after talking to […]
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 […]
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…..
The E.A. Vaughn Wildlife Area can be accessed from several locations, the most convenient being Taylor’s Landing at Girdletree, MD. Numerous choices for paddling exist and on this spring day we chose to visit Scarborough Creek and Pikes Creek, for a trip totaling 9 miles. After launching from […]
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 […]
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 […]