Just because your sailboat has been hauled for the winter does not mean that you can’t get out and explore Chesapeake country... click here for our 2018 holiday festivities suggetions.
Throughout Maryland and Virginia there are several maritime museums, varying in scope and size, that allow us to learn about and celebrate that rich history.
With a rich colonial history and scenic waterfront, Chestertown, MD, at the head of the Chester River, is a nice day trip or weekend getaway.
St. Michaels on Maryland's Eastern Shore has become a Mecca for tourism as visitors arrive year-round by land and water.
Cape Charles, VA, welcomes visitors with historic buildings that house restaurants, shops, and an old-fashioned soda fountain. Here you may enjoy beautiful sunsets, scenic marinas...
Situated just off the Potomac River, Leonardtown, MD, is a little town with a "never say die" community spirit and a rejuvenated waterfront.
A vibrant city with an old soul and youthful enthusiasm, Hampton, VA, offers much for visitors. Here are five highlights.
Exploring the Rappahannock, the longest free-flowing river on the East Coast at 195 miles long. ~By Craig Ligibel