Wye Oak State Park

14214 Old Wye Mills Rd, Wye Mills, MD 21679 Get Directions 
Phone: 410-820-1668

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Eastern Shore
Wye Oak State Park
Photo Credit: Department of Natural Resources
Description
Although the majestic Wye Oak fell in 2002, a true genetic clone of the Wye Oak was planted on the site in 2006. The park has picnic tables and interpretive displays.

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October 12, 2018
wayne h
When you visit Wye Mills and partake of the Grist Mill, Beaten Bisquits and Old Wye Church, you need to go to Wye Oak State Park along the Wye River (know far and wide for its Maryland Oysters). All...
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February 18, 2018
Prawet J
The Wye Oak State Park is established as a memorial area to the 400+ year old White Oak (believe to be the biggest and oldest in the country) but was destroyed by the storm in 2008. Visitors can see...
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December 1, 2017
Richard D
The tree was thought to be 450 years old when it came down in 2008. The base of the tree can still be seen and a new White Oak is planted in the center of where the old one stood. You can take a...