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Top Things to do on Kent Island - Stevensville

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Historic Stevensville Arts and Entertainment District

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Distilleries & Wineries
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While on Kent Island, stop into White Tiger Distillery in Stevensville for a taste of smooth and flavorful Laotian rice and rye-based whisky and spirits. Then slip on over to Blackwater Distillery to sample their award-winning Picaroon Dark Rum and Sloop Betty Vodka.

Blackwater Distilling produces small batch, vodka, rum, and rye whiskey from quality ingredients. Cascia Vineyards & Winery  is a unique, family run waterfront vineyard and winery on the Chesapeake Bay, producing premium red and white wines.

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Paul Reed Smith Guitars Tour
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Paul Reed Smith Guitars

PRS Guitars has been making the finest guitars in the world for more than 30 years. Now you can tour the factory and see how these remarkable works of art are created. You can even play some in the tour store. 

Tour the factory floor where some of the best guitars on the planet are born. See the state-of-the-art facility where cutting-edge technology meets Maryland-made craftsmanship, and keep an eye out for legendary PRS devotees like Carlos Santana, Dave Navaro and Joe Walsh whose guitars are handcrafted on site. You can even try playing a genuine PRS guitar— no guarantee you’ll sound like Santana, though.

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Seafood
Crabs on a Tray
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For the quintessential Maryland seafood experience, bring family and friends to Hemingway's and enjoy breathtaking views, gorgeous sunsets and the freshest local seafood - all compliments of Chesapeake Bay. Savor local flavors from restaurants specializing in farm and boat to table cuisine at Kentmorr Restaurant.

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Explore the Outdoors…Beach, Bike, Hike and Play
Cross Island Trail
Queen Anne's County Tourism

Kent Island boasts two walking and biking trails that  are easily adaptable to all skill levels.  You will have your choice of two public beaches and fishing piers offering endless opportunities to walk the beaches, look for sea glass, enjoy a picnic or family cookout while taking in breathtaking sunsets and views of the bay.
Walking and biking trails:
Cross Island Trail
South Island Trail 

Public beaches and fishing piers: 
Matapeake Clubhouse, Public Beach and Fishing Pier (also includes a Dog Park)
Terrapin Nature Park and Beach
Romancoke Fishing Pier

 

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Visit Historic Stevensville Arts & Entertainment District
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Historic Stevensville Arts and Entertainment District

Visit Historic Stevensville Arts & Entertainment District  to shop antiques, visit historic sites and enjoy First Saturday Events.  Historic Stevensville hosts events the first Saturday of each month (April thru December) and all historic sites are open to tour the first Saturday of each month (April thru November).

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Historic Kent Manor Inn
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Situated on 220 waterfront acres the Inn  provides guests with Saturday lunches as well as Champagne Sunday Brunch Buffet. Dine on regional cuisine from Maryland's Eastern Shore and the Chesapeake Bay in cozy dining rooms with fireplaces, or on the four seasons porch and al fresco (weather permitting)