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Easton

Deemed the “big city” of Talbot County, Easton is as sophisticated as it is lively. Featuring a world-class theater, renowned art galleries and impeccably curated museums, it's the heart of the Shore's arts and culture scene. This mini metropolis draws international artists, musicians and cultural connoisseurs to a series of acclaimed festivals each year. And it's a foodie town to boot, chock-full of hidden culinary gems. Come for a show, stay for a week. This art lovers' retreat is rated among the Top Ten Best Small Towns and Top 100 Small Arts Communities in America.

Easton

Royal Oak

Royal Oak is an unincorporated community in Talbot County, Maryland, United States. Royal Oak is located at the intersection of Maryland Route 329 and Bellevue Road southeast of St. Michaels.Settlement in the area that is now Royal Oak dates back to land grants made in 1659. The village existed prior to the creation of both Easton and St. Michaels. Settlement in Royal Oak occurred because of its proximity to Oxford, a major shipping port. Royal Oak was recognized by the US government in 1837 as a town

St. Michaels

Though its picturesque setting earned national attention as the backdrop for the movie Wedding Crashers, St. Michaels' physical beauty offers only a glimpse of its idyllic charm. Nestled along the Miles River in the heart of the Chesapeake, the historic waterfront town provides itineraries for trips of all kinds, from romantic getaways to family vacations. Home to museums and boutiques, gourmet restaurants and crab shacks, and plenty of adventure by land or by sea, foodies, sailors, wine connoisseurs and art enthusiasts alike can get lost in all the town has to offer.

Trappe

Town history has it that Trappe got its start as a crossroads hamlet in the mid-1700s. By the time it was incorporated as the Towne of Trappe in 1856, not one but two Maryland governors — Samuel Stevens, the 18th governor, and Daniel Martin, the 20th — had already called it home.With a population of just over 1,000 and an area of just under 3 square miles, Trappe is one of Talbot County's smaller towns — but it has an outsized history. A vacation in Trappe is a quiet escape that isn't without its charms. Opt for a stay at a vacation rental on the water and enjoy the seclusion of a private estate.

Oxford

Though its picturesque setting earned national attention as the backdrop for the movie Wedding Crashers, St. Michaels' physical beauty offers only a glimpse of its idyllic charm. Nestled along the Miles River in the heart of the Chesapeake, the historic waterfront town provides itineraries for trips of all kinds, from romantic getaways to family vacations. Home to museums and boutiques, gourmet restaurants and crab shacks, and plenty of adventure by land or by sea, foodies, sailors, wine connoisseurs and art enthusiasts alike can get lost in all the town has to offer.

Annapolis

Annapolis is also known as America’s Sailing Capital, but don’t forget the significant maritime history Annapolis has with power boats and fishing vessels. Annapolis provides access not only to the Chesapeake, but also to a wealth of rivers, creeks and inland bays ripe for exploring by kayak, canoe or stand up paddleboard.

Downtown Annapolis is famous for its historic inns and scenic streets, but along those streets are some of the finest restaurants the region has to offer. Maryland Avenue is long-treasured as one of downtown Annapolis’ best spots for shopping, dining, and experiencing the culture.

Tilghman Island

A quintessential historic American waterfront village, Tilghman Island is just off the beaten path on the southernmost tip of Talbot County. Watermen reign, pristine landscapes abound, and crowds only exist at the annual crab feasts and docking contests. Nestled between the Chesapeake Bay and the Choptank River, the island offers serene vacations marked by fishing, crabbing, boat rides and relaxation. This waterman's territory brims with unmatched hospitality and is just the place to leave your stress behind — and sample the Chesapeake Bay's best seafood.

Ocean City

Enjoy 10 miles of free beach, a three-mile famous boardwalk, 200+ restaurants and great places to stay. The fun never ends with amazing events all year long and free family events throughout the summer. Start planning your OCMD vacation today.  Whether it's a family vacation, a romantic getaway, a weekend of golf or fishing, or even a wedding, Ocean City, Maryland is ready to show you a good time.  Enjoy 10 miles of free beach, a three-mile famous boardwalk, 200+ restaurants and great places to stay. The fun never ends with amazing events all year long and free family events throughout the summer. Start planning your OCMD vacation today!

SUMMER

Then followed that beautiful season.............. Summer....filled was the air with a dreamy and magical light; and the landscape lay as if new created in all the freshness of childhood. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

7373 Tilghman Island Road Sherwood, MD 21665 Phone: 410.310.4966 Email:  Email: Langdon@goeaston.net

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