Maryland’s Coast is Open for the Holidays. Our coastal communities have many safe and welcoming ways to capture the season’s magic. Light up your holidays and warm your winter at the only place where the ocean meets land. To help plan your visit, call 410-957-2484 or explore VisitMarylandsCoast.org. Before you leave home, please confirm details with event hosts or websites since changes may be necessary during the evolving pandemic.
A road trip is the best way to gain a new perspective. Showcasing Maryland’s only coastal county, the Cape to Cape Scenic Byway runs 79 miles of local and state roads from the Atlantic Ocean to the back bays of Chincoteague, Sinepuxent, Assawoman, and Isle of Wight, to the Maryland/Virginia state line. Come discover natural beauty, historic towns, seaside havens, open fields, and vibrant communities along the route.
Those who have been trying to keep an eye on the craft beer scene of Maryland’s Eastern Shore lately can hardly blink without missing something new: a new beer, a switch to cans, take-out and delivery options. You can even buy beer online from some breweries and have it sent to you.
Good news. The coast isn’t canceled. Summer may be officially over and school in session, but—wait for it—that session is Wi-Fi-enabled. So while your work-school life lingers virtual, your real life just got more flex. Zoom over to Worcester County with the fam, and take that next Zoom sesh with a view—then turn the historical Maryland coast into the classroom of life.
in Worcester County
Nearby Beautiful White Sand Beaches... The White Marlin Capital of the World...A Gary Player Designed Golf Course in Your Backyard...The River Run Life is the Life You've Always Wanted!
The E.A. Vaughn Wildlife Management Area is located in southeastern Worcester County and features over 3500 acres of habitat for plants and animals that are native to the Delmarva Peninsula.
The scenic Pocomoke River is the setting for the Pocomoke River State Park, Shad Landing, and Milburn Landing areas. Shad Landing is on the south side of the Pocomoke River off Route 113. Milburn Landing is on the north side of the river on Route 364.