July 4th, 2018 was sunny and pleasant so we set out to paddle two of our favorite spots: Miles Island and Pikes Creek. Launching from Taylor’s Landing near Girdletree, Maryland we began the two-mile paddle to Miles Island. What a pleasant day for a paddle! Approaching the western […]
Find a place to kayak on a holiday weekend where you won’t be endangered by speedboats? Easy on DELMARVA. We have discovered a number of special spots where even a holiday weekend will find you paddling without any other boats in sight. Saturday, May 26th was during the […]
For the last three days the temperature on DELMARVA was well in the 70s. Ah, perfect kayaking weather, except for the small craft warnings posted. The wind on DELMARVA can be relentless, so how do we make a decision on kayaking? Here’s our completely unscientific, unprofessional process of […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.