Sweet 16! Top Things to do on the Kent Narrows Waterfront
The beautiful Kent Narrows Waterfront is located on Maryland's Eastern Shore, just five miles east of the Chesapeake Bay. The waterway, know as the Kent Narrows, connects the Chester River to the Eastern Bay. It separates Kent Island, the largest Island in the Chesapeake Bay, from the Delmarva Peninsula.
2 Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center (CBEC)
The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center features a variety of opportunities for biking, birding, kayaking, hiking, nature walks, guided tours and much more. Explore the unique wetlands and woodland areas of the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center (CBEC) a 510-acre nature preserve, by kayak or canoe; you can rent a kayak at CBEC and sign up for a guided tour! View Video.
The center also has birds of prey on site and a visitors center with rental space available for conferences and receptions. CBEC hosts the Sea Glass Festival, an annual event that brings together "sea-glassers" who collect unique sea glass fragments; the show offers D-I-Y workshops to create beautiful sea glass pieces.
3 Chesapeake Heritage & Visitors Center
The Chesapeake Heritage and Visitors Center is staffed by destination experts who provide information on where to find local seafood, dinning and entertainment options, accommodations and events in the Kent Narrows area. It’s the perfect starting point for a visit to Kent Narrows, Queen Anne’s County, and the Delmarva Peninsula. There you'll find plenty of brochures and maps of the region. More info....
Commence your shopping extravaganze at the Queenstown Premium Outlets. With more than 65 stores, you will find an amazing selection of fabulous brands and huge savings. Then branch-off to the small towns where you'll discover vintage shops, working art studios and galleries offering fine art, jewelry and one-of-a-kind gifts like Coastal Cottage in Grasonville.