Our Cities & Towns
The small town is alive and well, especially here on the Eastern Shore. Find out more about what our towns have to offer...
Attractions in Our Cities & Towns
An authentic Chesapeake town on Maryland's storied Eastern Shore, historic downtown Cambridge is in the midst of an exciting renaissance. The city dates back to 1684.
Church Creek, a small community settled along a creek of the same name, can trace its heritage to nearby Old Trinity Church, circa 1690.
In 1975 the entire town was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Great views of the wetlands, wildlife and waterfront wait as you take this beautiful scenic drive.
Hoopers' Island is actually comprised of three islands with authentic working watermen villages.
Because of its railroad facilities that carried passengers and products to major destinations, Hurlock was the industrial and commercial hub of the northern Dorchester County. The town motto is "On track...since 1892."
Secretary was founded at the time of the proprietary governorships of Maryland in 1661.
Taylor's Island is located in the southern part of the Dorchester County. Unique homes, schoolhouses, and churches are points of interest. Many sites on the island are listed on the National Historic Register.
Located Southeast of Cambridge in Dorchester County, Vienna, first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608, is one of the oldest colonial settlements in the state.