Grab your walking shoes and come see why so many folks choose to live in, or visit, Dorchester County! Stroll down our historic cobblestone streets, or take a walk on our shore and feel the bay breeze...
Attractions in Walking Tours
Located 12 miles south of Cambridge, the refuge consists of over 27,000 acres of woodland, rich tidal marsh, freshwater ponds and managed cropland.
An authentic Chesapeake town on Maryland's storied Eastern Shore, historic downtown Cambridge is in the midst of an exciting renaissance. The city dates back to 1684.
In 1975 the entire town was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
History comes alive in one of the oldest towns in Maryland, as Saturday morning guided walking tours are available April through October. Customized walking, small bus or motor coach tours are available for groups of all sizes throughout the year.
The LeCompte Wildlife Management Area encompasses 485 acres.
This 313 acres of woodland is located one half mile east of Linkwood.
Located southeast of Cambridge on the Nanticoke River, Vienna was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608 and is one of the oldest colonial settlements in the state.