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.
2 10, 2020