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About Eastern Shore

A beautiful coastal respite, Maryland’s Eastern Shore is the ideal place to escape from the hubbub of Washington, D.C. Choose from dozens of waterfront Eastern Shore vacation rentals, and plan your perfect getaway on the beach.


A true summer hotspot, Maryland’s Eastern Shore heats, with temperatures topping out around 90 degrees in the summer months of July and August. Winters tend to be moderate, with temperatures in the 40s. Those who want to enjoy fun in the sun should visit in the summer, while those looking for a quiet yet scenic respite should visit in the shoulder seasons of spring and fall.


The perfect location for an Atlantic road trip, Maryland’s eastern shore is best reached by car. Many visitors fly to one of the nearby Baltimore or Washington, D.C. airports and drive across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to get to the area. Use your Eastern Shore vacation rental as a base for exploring, and travel from north to south on Highway 50, the main artery through the area.

Things to Do

If you’re seeking a tranquil spot on the shore, Cambridge and Easton offer small town charm with plenty of culture and nature to explore. During the day, make a trip to Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, just south of Cambridge. Hike the Marsh Edge Trail or the Tubman Road Trail to see brackish marshes and bald eagles, or canoe one of the Water Trails for a new perspective of the Eastern Shore.
If you’re a nature lover, don’t miss Easton’s Pickering Creek Audubon Center, a 400-acre working farm that features four miles of hiking trails, bird watching areas, canoeing, and kid-friendly activities. In the evening, catch a performance at Easton’s Avalon Theatre, a historic performance space that hosts a range of traditional and contemporary singers and musicians.

Learn more about the Eastern Shore’s seafaring history in St. Michaels, home of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. Here visitors can see a working boatyard, try their hand at catching crabs at the wharf, immerse themselves in the area’s oystering industry, and learn about the St. Michaels steamboat building history.

For some quality time on the sand, head east to Ocean City. This fun-filled beach town has everything from long stretches of sand to a family-friendly boardwalk and seasonal events. Swim in the Atlantic waves, shop for souvenirs along the Ocean City Boardwalk, and catch a summer concert.



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