Parks & Piers
To spend the day in a more low-key way, visit one of our beautiful parks to attend a festival, have a picnic, or go fishing.
Attractions in Parks & Piers
Located 12 miles south of Cambridge, the refuge consists of over 27,000 acres of woodland, rich tidal marsh, freshwater ponds and managed cropland.
Enjoy a variety of indoor and outdoor shows, farmers markets, concerts and festivals along the scenic Choptank River at Governors Hall at Sailwinds Park in Cambridge.
Located at the end Somerset Avenue on the Choptank River in Cambridge. Picnic facilities, playground equipment, small beach, boat launch, and fishing. License required for fishing.
The Harriet Tubman Memorial Garden, located on Route 50 near the intersection of Washington Street in Cambridge, features interpretive signs and a mural to pay tribute to her and those who traveled to freedom from slavery on the Underground Railroad.
Located near High Street and Water Streets by the Choptank River in Cambridge. Nearby are the Cambridge Marina, bathrooms, picnic tables, and historic points of interest. The skipjack Nathan of Dorchester is berthed here. No license required to fish.
Sailwinds Park East is located next to the Dorchester County Visitors Center and is a great spot for all to relax and enjoy an incredible view of the Choptank River.