Eastern Shore (Maryland)

The Eastern Shore region is Maryland’s part of the Delmarva Peninsula, which is shared with Delaware and Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The area is rich in culture and history, making it a great travel destination for anyone who’s looking to soak up the local culture!

Tidal wetlands on the Eastern Shore

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Map of Eastern Shore (Maryland)

  • 38.746111-75.9441671 Bethlehem (called “Bethlem” by locals)
  • 38.566389-76.0769441 Cambridge — a historic town of 10,000 by the Bay Bridge, one-time home to Harriett Tubman, and even Annie Oakley.
  • 39.219444-76.0683331 Chestertown — small historic town on the Chester River.
  • 38.883889-75.8266671 Denton
  • 38.771667-76.0705561 Easton — another historic town near the birthplace of Frederick Douglass.
  • 38.686667-76.1708331 Oxford — A historic, small, waterfront town.
  • 38.710833-75.9083331 Preston
  • 39.136667-76.2419441 Rock Hall
  • 38.783611-76.2222221 St. Michaels — pretty, historic small town, with nice boutique shopping.

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