Chesapeake Bay Areas

St. Michaels, Maryland

St. Michaels is one of a cluster of Maryland’s scenic harbor towns including nearby Easton and Oxford.

North Beach, Maryland

North Beach, Maryland, has a half-mile long boardwalk and seven blocks of waterfront.

Chesapeake Beach, Maryland​

Seeped in history, sunshine, and sugary sand, Chesapeake Beach, Maryland has been delighting visitors since the early 1900s.

Portsmouth, Virginia

Historic points of interest, amazing architecture and a scenic waterfront location make Portsmouth a top getaway destination.

Smith Island, Maryland

Enjoy a laid-back, secluded getaway on Maryland’s only inhabited island not accessible by bridge or causeway from the mainland.

Hampton, Virginia

Located in the Hampton Roads metropolitan area, Hampton, Virginia offers an abundance of things to do, places to see, and a delightful selection of dining and shopping options.

Annapolis, Maryland​

This amazing city is rich in history and is one of the Mid-Atlantic's most visited municipalities.

Havre de Grace, Maryland

When General Lafayette visited the small hamlet where the mouth of the Susquehanna River meets the Chesapeake Bay, it reminded him of the French harbor Havre de Grace meaning “Harbor of Grace.”

Easton, Maryland

Easton Maryland, named one of the Best Small Towns in America, is nestled on the eastern shore of beautiful Chesapeake Bay.

Virginia Beach, Virginia

With a bustling oceanfront strip and six gorgeous miles of calmer, quieter bayside waterfront, Virginia Beach, Virginia gives beach lovers the “best of both beaches.”

Cambridge, Maryland

Cambridge, Maryland is a picture-postcard story of a historic coastal town with brick-paved streets, museums, parks, and of course a charming lighthouse on the water.

Norfolk, Virginia​

One of America’s most dynamic port cities, Norfolk, Virginia sits within the southeastern region of the Hampton Roads metropolitan area.

Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore, Maryland is a historical city, being home to both the battle that inspired the Star Spangled Banner and renowned poet Edgar Allen Wright.

Washington D.C.​

The distinguished city combines a picturesque tourist destination and a cosmopolitan ambiance that’s perfect for history lovers.

Chestertown, Maryland

Chestertown, Maryland is a town steeped in history. With a maritime and colonial heritage, you’ll feel the history as you walk along the beautiful brick roads and view the architecture that has been preserved from the town’s beginnings.