Maryland's Eastern Shore
Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico and Worcester counties
They say that “Maryland is for crabs,” and nowhere is that proven more true – or false – than on the Eastern Shore.
It’s true in terms of the quality and quantity of the beloved blue crab, whose succulent meat is the key ingredient in many a feast.
But it’s entirely false if you’re referring to the attitude of the people you’ll encounter along your journey; there’s a level of
hospitality here that makes it easy to understand why Maryland is considered a Southern state.
Spend a day on the bay,
sailing from point to point and discovering this region’s history, or drive from one waterfront village to the next in search of the perfect crab cake.
Ocean City boardwalk – The Victorian-style boardwalk in Ocean City begins at the southernmost tip of the barrier island and extends for three miles to the entrances of modern hotels and deluxe condominiums