Maryland June 06, 2017
Maryland’s Most Naturally Beautiful Town Will Enchant You In The Best Way Possible
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder but when it comes to small towns, most Marylanders prefer quaint spots with water views. The following town is among the most scenic in the state and worth a weekend trip at least once.
Tilghman Island is located in Maryland's eastern region, offering surrounding views of the water and nature.
Lovers of fishing will especially enjoy this spot, as the rocks are the perfect place to set up a rod.
Or if you have a boat, take it on a picturesque journey around the island.
There are also plenty of rustic piers to crab or catch oysters.
Dinner is served.
Not a fan of fishing? Not a problem. Hike around the island and watch the waterbirds that inhabit the wetland areas.
Or explore the historic architecture that is downright enchanting. Pictured below, for example, is St. John's Chapel.
To make your experience festive, visit during the holiday season to see the annual crab pot tree. The work that goes into this structure is impressive, and
oh so Maryland.
Need a place to stay during your adventure? Treat yourself to Black Walnut Point Inn. For more information on this magical inn,
For those who love the quiet, simple life, Tilghman Island is the perfect getaway. Consider adding it to your Maryland bucket list.
For more information about Tilghman Island,
visit the official website.
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