- TripBuzz found 143 things to do with kids in or near Chesapeake Beach, Maryland, including 132 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Annapolis, Bowie, Edgewater and Stevensville.
- From Daydreamer Sportfishing to Hooked Up 2 Charters, the Chesapeake Beach area offers 102 different types of family activities, including: Fishing, Playgrounds, Specialty Museums and Parks.
- Chesapeake Beach is located directly on Chesapeake Bay and is 35 miles southeast of the metropolitan Washington D.C. area. The seaside community is most well known for its coastal scenery and water-based recreation. Along with an annual Bayfest that showcases local crafters, every summer features free summer concerts the second Saturday of the month from June to August.
Offering fishing trips aboard a 38 foot yacht, Daydreamer Sportfishing provides visitors with comforts and amenities as they fish for various kinds of deep sea fish. The company takes a maximum of six people per trip.
For an unforgettable fishing trip, Hooked Up 2 Charters provides half day, full day, and nighttime excursions through the Chesapeake Bay. Rods, tackle, ice, licenses, and a fish cleaning facility are all provided as well.
With the focus on catching bottom fish, Chesapeake Beach Fishing Charters organizes fishing excursions throughout Chesapeake Bay. Some of the most popular species found in the bay are rockfish, flounder, striper, trout, and bluefish.
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4165 Mears Avenue, Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy guided fishing trips on the Chesapeake Bay with Captain Mike Harris at Compensation Charter Fishing. The offer trolling, jigging, chumming, and bottom fishing trips that target blues, trout, rockfish, croaker, spot, and drum.
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3999 Gordon Stinnett Avenue, Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732 MoreLess Info
The Chesapeake Bay Tot Lot is a playground with swings and play structures. Bridges connect the larger three structures with slides, pagodas, and climbing features. a smaller structure is available for little tots. Wheelchair accessible and ample parking on site.
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4055 Gordon Stinnett Avenue, Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732 MoreLess Info
Visitors can explore Chesapeake Beach by kayak, paddleboard, or pedal boat with Paddle or Pedal. For visitors wanting to improve their kayak skills, the guides offer personalized lessons that go over the basics.
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Gordon Stinnett Avenue, Chesapeake Beach, MD MoreLess Info
Chesapeake Beach Railway Trail is a boardwalk trail from behind the Chesapeake Beach Water Park to the shore of Fishing Creek. Signage is placed along the trail that teaches visitors more about the area plants, animals and special features of the adjacent water.
Located along the western shore of Chesapeake Bay, Bayfront Park is heavily wooded and allows visitors to swim in the bay and access the beach. The park is also a popular destination for collecting fossilized shark teeth.
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4155 Meres Ave, Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732 MoreLess Info
Once an abandoned railway station, the Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum today, features a variety of historic railroad artifacts including a model train, a diorama, multiple photographs of vintage trains and towns and more.