Sunny days are frequent in picturesque Rock Hall; visitors and locals alike enjoy taking advantage of the sunny weather with a trip to the beach. Luckily, Rock Hall has plenty to offer in terms of beautiful beaches and waterfront fun, making it an ideal location for families and beach enthusiasts.
No Maryland artist captures what it means to live by and for the sea quite like Marc Castelli. Castelli’s work is not your run-of-the-mill coastal art. While Castelli does tackle coastal landscapes with grace and mastery, his work depicting working life at sea is where he shines.
The best Rock Hall, MD, events focus on everything from oysters to art to anything in between. Lucky for you, there are fun-filled events every season, so no matter when you visit, there will be an event for you to attend.
Looking for the perfect Eastern Shore wedding venue? Look no further than Osprey Point in Rock Hall, MD! Surrounded by lavish landscapes and spectacular water views, our Maryland inn offers a variety of beautiful settings for your wedding day.
Beyond the inn, the Bay, and the two adjacent marinas, Osprey Point offers an introduction to the wide world of beer with this guide to the best Maryland breweries. Here our ultimate Rock Hall area brewery guide.
As much of the country battles the latest polar vortex brought on by a blast of Arctic air, it’s easy to daydream about summer’s inevitable arrival. Maryland’s sprawling, peaceful Chesapeake Bay is, of course, best known for its many marinas and sailing communities. Thus, the Osprey Point team would like to shine a light on three Maryland sailing charters, all of which are located right here in Rock Hall, the “Pearl of the Chesapeake.”
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Where did the time go? We couldn’t think of a better reason to get away and wholly celebrate Valentine’s Day weekend than the fact that we just endured 2020. There has never been a better time to embrace winter’s arrival than today, especially for those who aren’t afraid of a little snowfall. After all, “the month of love” wouldn’t be the same without a healthy dose of outdoor exploration amid a winter wonderland, such as Maryland’s 2,300-acre Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge.
There’s never an offseason for romance at Osprey Point, an elegant, waterfront haven in Rock Hall, Maryland, the “Pearl of the Chesapeake.” Rock Hall, while quaint, remains one of the most desirable romantic getaways in Maryland, primarily because of its historical significance, picturesque beauty, and proximity to several metropolitan areas, including Baltimore, Washington D.C., and Wilmington. And nothing encapsulates the town’s charm, beauty, and convenience more than Osprey Point.
It’s hard to imagine a more heavenly bayside destination than sunny Rock Hall, MD, home to romantic Osprey Point, a marina-inn-restaurant multiplex within steps of the picturesque Chesapeake Bay. Rock Hall, MD, is widely recognized as “The Pearl of the Chesapeake” because of its distinctive charm, natural beauty, historical significance, and instant access to countless aquatic adventures. Osprey Point itself remains a beacon of light for romance-starved couples, boaters, and growing families alike.
Approximately eight miles due south of Osprey Point lies a peaceful, uninhabited, and undeniably beautiful island chockful of natural wonder and potential adventure. Maryland’s Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge spans nearly 2,300 acres at the mouth of the Chester River. This dead-end island is one of the Chesapeake Bay’s most alluring hiking, kayaking, and birding destinations. And, as you might expect, it’s a popular mid-day distraction for those docking at Osprey Point Marina or staying on our secluded, 30-acre haven.