Queen Anne's County – Fish & Hunt

Queen Anne’s County

Escape to Queen Anne’s County on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Queen Anne’s County is located just 40 miles from Washington D.C., and is uniquely accessible by land, air and water. Escape the hectic monotony of everyday and discover the lifestyle that always feels like vacation. Embraced by 200 miles of panoramic waterways and graced with acres upon acres of pastoral landscape, Queen Anne’s County makes for an awesome playground.

boats in marinaExplore the neighborhood! Whether you want to try your hand at crabbing, fishing, boating, birding, paddling, biking or hunting – or all of the above! The region is surrounded Chesapeake Bay waterways offering a great variety of saltwater and freshwater fishing experiences. Anglers can hook striped bass, largemouth bass, sea trout, bluefish, Spanish mackerel, black drum, Atlantic croaker, white perch, and more.

Charter boats are available through out the area. The local captains have been chartering the region for decades. Let a local expert take you to where the fish are biting! Queen Anne’s County offers the best in hunting.

Whether it’s waterfowl, upland birds, Whitetail deer or small game or maybe a round of sporting clays…its all here!

Planning to visit Queen Anne’s County? Check out their website for dining, lodging, shopping options, things to do, up-to-date events, and all the information you need to make your trip a success!

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Start your journey at the Chesapeake Heritage & Visitors Center. Here you find all the resources to meet your travel needs and the view is one of a kind. The facility encompasses an observation tower that provides an perfect view of Kent Narrows Waterway. Adjacent to the building is Ferry Point Park, a 530 foot marshland boardwalk that leads to a sandy beach. Wet your feet, take our outdoor nature scavenger hunt or simply enjoy the view. While in the Kent Narrows, taste the freshest catch at a waterfront establishment or dock bar. Here you can witness the Oyster Restoration Project at Harris Seafood. Queen Anne’s County has 18 public landings and ramps. Enjoy the scenic waterways and catch the tastiest catch of the land or Bay! Experience the over two dozen scenic parks and beaches that offer immaculate views of the bay. Enjoy the pristine shores of Matapeake Beach,Terrapin Nature Park or Conquest Beach. Or- Explore the unique wetlands and woodlands of the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center, a 510 acre nature preserve. For more information visit our website at VisitQueenAnnes.com.

Planning to visit Queen Anne’s County? Check out their website for dining, lodging, shopping options, things to do, up-to-date events, and all the information you need to make your trip a success!

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Queen Anne’s County is a popular year around destination with everything from boating, to fishing, to birding, to hunting. Look no further for your outdoor playground. Queen Anne’s County is accessible by LAND, AIR and BAY. The destination makes for a quick escape from nearby Annapolis, Baltimore, Washington D.C. and Philadelphia.

Planning to visit Queen Anne’s County? Check out their website for dining, lodging, shopping options, things to do, up-to-date events, and all the information you need to make your trip a success!

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