Rails to Trails
Easton, Maryland has recycled decommissioned railroad lines into public biking and walking trails. The project contains two miles of trails as of October 2009.
The Rebecca T. Ruark skipjack is a National Historic Landmark that still sails for walk-on guests and private groups who can try their hand at hoisting sails and oyster dredging.
The Lowes Wharf Charters offers waterfowl hunting and charter fishing expeditions for groups of six or fewer along the eastern shore of Chesapeake Bay.
The Jean Ellen duPont Shehan Audubon Sanctuary in Bozman promotes wildlife conservation and education. Horseback riding enthusiasts are permitted to bring their horses for rides on open days.
The Hog Neck Golf Course in Easton features both 18- and 9-hole courses and a driving range. The Harbourtowne Golf Resort in St. Michaels contains pool and tennis court facilities in addition to their 18-hole course.
Article Written By Matt Becht
Matt Becht is a freelance filmmaker from Cleveland, Ohio. Becht’s college curriculum included courses in English composition, creative writing, and scriptwriting. He began writing professionally in 2009, and has been published in eHow, Trails.com, Travels.com and Golflink.com. Becht holds a Bachelor of Arts from the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University.