In Kent County, Maryland – BYOB Stands for Bring Your Own Boat
Spend sunny days aboard a boat scouting Kent County’s 209 miles of shoreline, a maze of tidal creeks and rivers, or cast out into the open briny waters of the Chesapeake Bay.
Enjoy the water in Kent County, Maryland. The Chesapeake Bay, Sassafras River, and Chester River are enchanting waters on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Whether it’s via wind or motor, a boat can take you anywhere you want to be, including, away from it all.
Boats are a great way to explore Kent County, Maryland. Perhaps it’s time to try something new and go on a true adventure where you can make memories with family or friends and define your own space. Kent County is Home to Wide Open Spaces.
Kent County is BYOB-friendly (Bring Your Own Boat). Rent a slip at one of Kent County’s Marinas where you can stay the weekend or a whole summer. The area includes charming, picturesque towns, such as Rock Hall, Galena, and Historic Chestertown each with its unique marinas. Betterton, a quaint beach town, has several boat slips and a sandy beach with 300 feet of frontage for swimming and 700 feet of shoreline access. There are several places to dock and dine in Rock Hall, accessible from the Chesapeake Bay.
Spend sunny days aboard a boat scouting Kent County’s 209 miles of shoreline, a maze of tidal creeks and rivers, or cast out into the open briny waters of the Chesapeake Bay and eventually drift back to shore to discover a gunkhole to drop anchor in for a few hours. Then tie up at one of the many marinas throughout the county, from large resort marinas to smaller ones on quiet coves to marinas located right on a bustling Main Street.
Spring and summer breezes are calling for a maritime adventure in a magical setting. Plan your adventure at kentcounty.com/visitors.
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