- Bay Bridge Airport -
W29, 2 02 Airport Rd., Stevensville, MD 21666 - (410) 604-6288
Inn - 3116 Main Street,
Grasonville, MD 21638 - (410) 827-8807
Places of Interest (and fun!)
The following is a list of fun things to do around Centreville and the Mid-Shore area. Many are free or only charge a
nominal fee. If we missed anything please Email us at
email@example.com Have fun!
Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center, 600 Discovery Lane
Grasonville, MD 21638 - (410) 827-5996 / (410) 827-6694
Summer Day Camp from June 18-22 and June 25-29.
CREEPY CRAWLERS - Educational program for ages 2-5 Mon or Tues 10:00- 11:00AM
Check out Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center scheduled happenings in the Kids Corner Calendar
The Chesapeake Bay Exploration Center - 425 Piney Narrows Road, Chester, MD 21619 - (410) 604-2100
Free to the public, the Exploration Center helps visitors discover the many sites to visit in the region.
As a Gateways regional information center the staff will assist visitors with directions, information and visitor services
for places of interest around the area. There is also a working exhibit that focuses on the Chesapeake Bay and the
region. Well worth seeing and fun for kids. The facility is open seven days a week, year-round (Christmas, New Year?s
and Easter excepted) and is staffed from 8:30 am - 4:30 PM Monday through Friday, and 9:00AM to 4:00PM on weekends.
Dominic's Farm, 625 Bennett Point Road, Queenstown, MD 21658 - 443-496-1710 -
Dominic's Farm is a family owned farm in Queenstown which offers a variety of activities for children and adults of all
ages. Birthday Parties, girl/boy scouts, church groups, daycare and school trips, Home Pony Parties, and farm play.
Kent Island Federation of Art, 405 Main Street,
Stevensville, MD 21999 - 410-643-7424
Local artists put on art shows, teach summer camps, classes and workshops, and have a place to display
their art. Many items in the extensive gallery, as well as in KIFA exhibits, are available for purchase at reasonable
Cross Island Trail
The Cross Island Trail is a paved trail that runs from Kent Narrows to Terrapin Park in Stevensville.
Along the way is Cox Creek (a wood bridge), Love Point Park, Kent Island High School, and more. The paved trail is
perfect for roller blading, bicycles, jogging, and just plain old walking! A good place to park is at the "Club One"
shopping center in Kent Narrows and under the US50 bridge at Kent Narrows, or at Love Point Park in Stevensville.
The Cross Island Trail ends at Terrapin Park which itself has a bunch of non-paved trails that run along the bays
Love Point Park, Old Love Point Road,
Stevensville, MD 21666
Love Point Park is a great place to play a game of Baseball or Softball. There are four baseball fields
located here, as well as a children's playground, bathrooms, and vending machines. The Cross Island Trail also goes
through Love Point Park.
Choptank River Fishing Pier, 13070 Crouse Mill Road, Queen Anne, MD 21657
Just a short hop from Centreville is a great little-known place to fish!
Museum of Eastern Shore Life, 126 Dulin Clark Road
Centreville, MD 21617 - 410-758-8640
The mission of the Museum is to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of the region's cultural and natural heritage, with an emphasis on agricultural and maritime activities.
Terrapin Nature Park, Route 8 and Main Street,
Stevensville, MD 21666
Located behind the Chesapeake Bay Business Center (where PRS Guitars is), Terrapin Nature Park consists
of miles of nature trails that run along the shore of the Chesapeake Bay, as well as past a very busy pond and marsh
areas. There is signage to explain specific areas and points of interest, as well as overlooks for viewing nature.
Many of the trails are semi-paved with oyster shells, making the walk clear of overgrowth. This park is tucked away
in what seems to be an odd location, but it is well worth a look. To get there by car just take Route 8 (Romancoke Rd)
about 3/4 of a mile North of US-50/301 and make your first left (traffic light) which is into the Chesapeake Bay Business
Center. Make an immediate right inside the center, and follow the road around for about a half-mile. The park's
entrance will be on your right.
Tuckahoe State Park, 13070 Crouse Mill Rd, Queen Anne, MD 21657
Tuckahoe State Park is a state park in Caroline County, Maryland. It is located along Tuckahoe Creek in Caroline County, Maryland. The park features cabins, camping, hiking, biking and equestrian trails, flat water canoeing, hunting, picnicking, a disc golf course, and a recycled tire playground for children.
Wye Oak State Park, Wye Mills, MD 21679
The Wye Oak was the honorary state tree of Maryland, and the largest white oak tree in the United States. Located in the town of Wye Mills, the Wye Oak was believed to be over 460 years old at the time of its destruction during a severe thunderstorm on June 6, 2002. This is where it once stood.