Chestertown: Attractions and more...
Wye Oak State Park
In 1941, a 460 year old Oak Tree was chosen as Maryland’s State Tree. It is after this tree that the Wye Oak State Park is named. In 2002, during a storm this tree was knocked down. Adjacent to the location of this tree is a restored small brick structure that is identical to a colonial one-room school house.
Millington Wildlife Management Area
12 miles to the east of Chestertown lies the Millington Wildlife Management Area. This is spread over an area of 3800 acres. Several endangered animals and plants are given protection here. The raccoon, fox, deer and hunting quail are also maintained.
Wye Island Natural Resources Management Area
15 miles south of Chestertown, the Wye Island Natural Resources Management area is located. Here, one can walk on six miles of trails and observe a wide range of wildlife. Hunting is also allowed on this island while during certain periods of the year, bicycles and horses are not permitted.
Chester River is a tributary of Chesapeake Bay and is about 40 miles long. It meanders across many counties in Maryland.
Chestertown’s Farmers’ Market
From April to Christmas, each Saturday morning people pay a visit to Chestertown’s Farmers’ Market. Here, plants, herbs, home grown produce and fresh bread are available.
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