Cross the drawbridge to Tilghman Island, a quaint and isolated waterman’s village nestled between the Bay and the Choptank River and surrounded by nature. Tilghman Island is off the beaten path and the perfect destination to relax and unwind and step back in time. The island is known for its warm hospitality.
Wake to the unmatched beauty of a sunrise over the Choptank River. The island has several marinas and offers fishing and crabbing charters. There are a number of water trails for kayaking, canoeing and fishing and walking trails for hiking and getting in touch with nature. Stroll through the shops, visit the local Tilghman Waterman’s Museum and the Phillips Wharf Environmental Center to learn about the local area. Explore the popular cycling route to the town of St Michaels. Go on a treasure hunt to find sea glass and unique treasures washed up on the shore. Drive to the end of the road to enjoy exceptional views and beautiful scenery and visit the 52 acre bird sanctuary, home to the Black Walnut Point Inn. End your day with fresh seafood on the water’s edge and a beautiful sunset over the Bay. Tilghman Island truly is the place of peaceful adventures.
Venture a little further to Easton, Oxford and Cambridge. For more diverse shopping and dining visit the nearby town of St Michaels.
If you enjoy serenity and beauty, Tilghman Island is your destination.