Wet and Wild Fun
The mercury may be climbing, but you can always keep your cool in Maryland. From Deep Creek to the Chesapeake Bay and on to the ocean, in Maryland you’re never far from the water. So dive in to these great aquatic getaways. And don’t miss our water parks and swimming holes pages for more fun in the sun.
Saturday & Sunday thru September 30
Take a quick day trip to see St. Clement's Island and the Blackistone Lighthouse. Fee includes admission to the Museum.
Embark in Annapolis and cruise across the Chesapeake Bay to visit the quaint, historic village of St. Michaels.
More than a two hour sail on the beautiful Choptank River. Built by volunteers and launched in 1994, she is the last of the Bay's skipjacks built to be a dredge boat.
August 30, 2020
Start the trip with brunch at the historic Newcomer House and then go on a guided paddle down this scenic stream. Explore Burnside Bridge from the water and experience a beginner whitewater stretch.
August 3-7, 2020
The best anglers from all over the world will be in Ocean City this weekend for the world’s largest billfish tournament. Catch a charter or man the docs as the boats come back from the Mid-Atlantic Canyon with record-breaking fish and more than $4 million in prize money on the line.