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News from the Shores of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal

Take a holiday decor tour this December during Chesapeake City’s month-long Winterfest of Lights held November 24 to January 6, 2019. The tour includes a visit to twenty historic homes, buildings, and churches from the Victorian era. The best part about it is that you can do it in style:...

Within walking distance from the Inn at the Canal, one of Chesapeake City’s newest upscale restaurants has opened its freshly renovated doors. Featuring a long stone bar, Brazilian pecan wood, and Italian porcelain, Prime225 is guaranteed to impress. Taste the extensive wine selection in...

When is the last time you did something for the first time? At Go Ape’s Treetop Adventure, the new and exciting is a way of life. Located just 15 minutes away, Go Ape’s obstacle course in Lums Pond State Park is an exhilarating and unique experience featuring suspended obstacles,...

Chesapeake City’s month-long Victorian Christmas, Winterfest, is a celebration that takes place on both sides of the C&D Canal and is guaranteed to get you in the holiday spirit. View shimmering holiday lights and light shows reflected off the water of the canal. Stroll along to hear...

Don’t miss out on the transitioning weather this fall when you visit Chesapeake City. To truly enjoy the season, get outdoors in the cool, crisp air of autumn and walk or bike the nearby Ben Cardin C&D Canal Recreational Trail. Fall colors will also soon be on full display and the...

In the 1600s, an exceptionally accurate map of the Chesapeake Bay’s coastlines was charted by a Bohemian cartographer named Augustine Herrman during a decade-long survey commissioned by Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore. The compensation for Augustine’s work was generous and the...

At one time one of the largest private land holdings in the East, Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area is a hallmark for some of Maryland’s most favorite past-times and recreations like horseback riding.

One of Maryland’s most historic homes, Mount Harmon Plantation, is hosting a national Revolutionary War Reenactment Festival this September. The restored tobacco plantation dates back to 1651 and offers guided tours of the 1730 manor house; self-guided tours of the nature trails are also...

From a romantic sunset cruise to a scenic sightseeing tour, the best way to get to know Chesapeake City, if you're exploring it for the first time, is from the water of the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal. A massive undertaking that started in 1802, the C&D Canal now not only providers a...

The heat of the day has cooled a little, the stifling humidity has loosed its hold, and the sunset is casting a beautiful, multicolor gradient across the sky. It's the perfect time for Chesapeake City's Sunday summer concert series at Pell Gardens. The newly renovated waterfront park...