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.