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This landing features a mix of Native American and post-Revolutionary history nestled among the modern conveniences of marinas and boat launches.
Tucked away at the head of one of the Bay's smaller tributaries, this landing is another that offers a variety of options to paddlers of all kinds. Whether exploring the full reach of the creek, venturing to the mouth where the creek meets the Bay, or exploring old oyster middens that speak to the use of the land by Native Americans, explorers of all interests will find something intriguing at Still Pond.
A protected tributary whose mouth opens directly onto the upper Chesapeake, Fairlee Creek can offer a relaxing beginner's paddle or glorious views of the open Bay, depending on the preference of the paddler.
A popular and busy marina area linked with rich local history makes the launch at Fredericktown a must-do for paddling enthusiasts and history buffs alike.
Located in a town named for the silver that was once mined there, Foxhole Landing iis its own kind of treasure to paddlers looking for a calm and quiet place tucked away in a small eastern shore town.
In its heyday, Betterton Beach was a lively and idyllic resort town. Though much more tranquil today, Betterton still offers much in the way of recreation and even more opportunities to see the beauty of the Bay firsthand.