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News from the Shores of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal

Come have a blast in Chesapeake City for the Fourth of July holiday! Nearly 250 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, we mark this occasion with one of the most awe-inspiring summer celebrations. Our waterfront community will let freedom ring on Friday, July 1, with...

For our guests who are looking to explore the great outdoors here in the Chesapeake Bay area, we suggest a visit to Elk Neck State Park.  With 2,370 acres of marshlands, sandy shores, wooded areas and white clay cliffs, it's a great park to visit for nature lovers who want a bit of...

One of the most delicious things about summer is the abundance of farm-fresh fruits and vegetables that will soon be ripe and ready for harvesting. Agriculture is Maryland's top industry, making our roadside produce stands, farmers markets and local orchards great places to get a mouth-...

It's almost time for another festive, darling and creative pet parade here in Chesapeake City!

For years, an annual pet parade where animal lovers and their four-legged friends march down Bohemia Avenue and loop around Pell Gardens was hosted by the Chesapeake City Chamber of Commerce...

At one time in Maryland's history, about 120 covered bridges dotted the landscape. Today, only six remain, and two of them are here in Cecil County – Gilpin's Falls in Bay View and Foxcatcher Farms in Fair Hill. Both were built in 1860, making them over 160 years old! Over the...

Located at the head of the Chesapeake Bay and surrounded by water on three sides, Mount Harmon Plantation is a beautiful historic site and nature preserve that is worth a visit on your next trip to Maryland's Eastern Shore. This colonial-era tobacco plantation welcomes visitors to learn...

With more than 100 wineries and vineyards, Maryland is gaining a reputation for producing high-quality wines to please every palate. Maryland Wine Month showcases the innovation, diversity and quality found in wineries throughout the state. It's a great time to learn about, taste and explore...

When was the last time you and your sweetheart got away together – just the two of you? Not for a family vacation or business trip where you had other commitments and distractions, but an escape where you rekindled that honeymoon feeling all over again. Don't wait another...

A stone's throw from the Inn at the Canal is a quaint waterfront park called Pell Gardens. When the weather is warm, the park's location with the canal as a backdrop provides the perfect venue for wedding ceremonies, live music concerts and other special events. But even when the...

End the year on a high note or make plans to start the new year with your winnings from a night out at the Hollywood Casino in nearby Perryville—located about 20 miles east of the Inn at the Canal. Visitors can enjoy their favorite Vegas-style gaming activity, including the 800 reel and...