Surrounding Counties


Dorchester County lies approximately one hour south of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.  Home to generations of local waterman and their families and brimming with Chesapeake Bay history, Dorchester County is a diamond in the rough.  Cambridge, the County seat, once housed one of the largest Phillips canning plants in the United States and is renown for its rich history and still prospering boat building companies…


 

The access point to the Eastern Shore, Queen Anne’s County, Maryland houses a rich history of emancipation, the War of 1812 and the Chesapeake Bay.  Having been a county for over 300 years, Queen Anne’s certainly has some stories held in its rolling farmland and quaint waterside towns and villages.  With over 80% of its land retained in farming and agriculture creating an ideal habitat for wildlife and waterfowl, Queen Anne’s is a sportsman’s paradise…


Caroline County lies on the shores of the Choptank river bordering on the state of Deleware.  Caroline offers affordable waterfront properties on the Choptank and its ajoining tributaries as well as high quality hunting property and acreage for farming…


A scenic peninsula, on Maryland’s Upper Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay, the County of Kent is less than a two-hour drive from Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Annapolis and Northern Virginia.  Quaint waterfront towns, including Historic Chestertown, Rock Hall, Galena, Betterton and Millington, offer sunset cruise charters, small beaches, kayaking, fishing charters, boating, sailing, museums…

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