Gary Clair


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For a perfect getaway to a small and quaint town, there is none like Rock Hall, Maryland. Sitting directly on the Chesapeake Bay, famous Colonial-era people have come and gone, but it remains a hot spot for its’ seafood industry and now tourism. Rock Hall is a fantastic place to unwind or go exploring.

Rock Hall may seem like another small maritime town, but there is so much more than that. It continues to have working docks and watermen that get up very early to go out and fish as it has for many years. Now, multiple museums include one about the watermen and their way of life. The museums point out the rich culture, art, and history the Chesapeake Bay has.

As with many seaside towns, there are plenty of restaurants to enjoy delicious seafood. Some of the restaurants are part of the Maryland Crab and Oyster Trail which encompasses different regions of the Chesapeake Bay showcasing the varieties of seafood. Foodies get a kick out of having to endure the pains of tasting freshly caught seafood while they are here. There are culinary experiences and food festivals for people of all ages to enjoy in during the late summer and early fall.

If you are enjoying a romantic getaway, look no further than Ferry Park for a pristine sunset looking out into the bay. It is a rarely crowded beach and is secluded for more intimate moments. You can also go during the day for either some fun by the water or enjoy watching the wildlife. You can also head to the dock areas to charter a fishing boat or go sailing for the day.

Rock Hall has many places to stay from the fancier hotels, private vacation rentals, and bed and breakfasts, especially the Inn at Huntingfield Creek because of their top-notch service and comfortable rooms. Depending upon the type of holiday you are taking, you can indeed have some real rest and relaxation in Rock Hall.

Rock Hall is highly rated for people to go and take in a new small town. Shopping, history, water activities, and so many other things to do, there will never be a dull day on your vacation in Rock Hall.

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