A Butterfly and Beneficial Insect Garden is located at the Blackwater NWR Visitor Center. A cobblestone walkway winds through a garden of native vegetation that attracts a variety of butterflies, skippers, bees and other pollinating insects.
A live camera shot of an active bald eagle nest can be seen at the Blackwater NWR Visitor Center, or a refreshing image at the Friends of Blackwater's web site.
Located at the corner of Key Wallace Drive and Egypt Road, this interpreted trail of nearly 3 miles winds through some of the refuge's most interesting forest land.
This 1.5-mile interpreted walking trail, located off of Hip Roof Road, utilizes old access roads as it passes through old fields, wet sloughs, and stands of forest of various ages.
Ever-changing and growing to serve your needs.
Two short walking trails and a photography blind can be found on Blackwater NWR's Wildlife Drive.
BPPA is your one-stop outfitter for your outdoor entertainment! Offering rentals of bicycles, kayaks, motorboats, personal watercraft; guided cycling and paddling tours; sunset cruises on the Choptank River, shuttle service, and more.
The Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort has its own Wildlife Refuge, a preserved area of lush vegetation and animals indigenous to the Eastern Shore, such as the Great Blue Heron and American Bald Eagle.
The Chesapeake Forest Lands are comprised of 460 parcels totaling more than 58,000 acres in five Eastern Shore counties, including Dorchester.
The Fishing Bay Wildlife Management Area encompasses 28,518 acres.