Famous for its stands of loblolly pine and cypress swamps, designated State Wildlands Area. Wild turkey, deer hunting in season; fishing, flat-water canoeing.
Exhibits illustrate the history of the southern Eastern Shore from the 16th through 20th centuries. Also displayed Julia Purnell's needle art pictures.
Originating in Delaware's Great Cypress Swamp, the Pocomoke River is rich in historic and natural resources. Home to river otters, bald eagles and more than 50 species of fish.
Authentic one-room school museum built in 1869, used as a school until 1931.
Set in the Pocomoke Forest, the village is built around the Nassawango Iron Furnace which operated from 1830-1850. Artisans dressed in period clothing demonstrate and teach classes in the Folk School in broom making, blacksmithing, gardening, spinning, weaving and woodworking.
Nassawango is home to an array of wildlife and native plants, including many species of orchids and warblers. This tannin-stained waterway is steeped in early American history and one of the most beautiful and tranquil places in Maryland.