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.
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.
Indulge in extraordinary culinary delights when you visit Osprey Point Inn or enjoy nearby restaurants with live music! The amazing views and bayside aesthetic of the restaurants in Rock Hall, MD, are key to a lively weekend.