825 Ocean Hwy.
Pocomoke City, MD 21851
Phone: (410) 957-1300
Fax: (410) 957-4191
This five acre, interactive puzzle made entirely of corn features two miles of paths and three observation bridges. A
Bands of wild horses freely roam amongst plants and native animals on this island where visitors can enjoy bicycle and hiking trails, picnicking, fishing, and swimming. At the visitor
Water mists and cool streams meander through this miniature golf course which is shaded by palm trees, offering cool relief from the heat. A large snack bar is also on the property.
The Samuel Gunn House is a monumental home that was constructed approximately around 1780. It stands stern as one of the most well preserved and ably managed homes of the 18th Century in Worcester County. This house that is similar to a Georgian town house, is also included in the National Register of Historic Places.
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore in Princess Anne, Maryland, is a product of the University System of Maryland. Established in 1886, the university was founded with the intention of serving the black community in the United States. The university consists of five schools and has produced many notable alumni, especially in the field of sports and athletics.
The Eastern Shore Public Library is open Monday through Wednesday and Fridays 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., on Thursdays until 9:00 p.m. and until 1:00 p.m. on Saturdays.
This park offers 262-acres with nature trails. Pemberton Hall is also on the park grounds. This was one of the first established plantations in Wicomico County.
The eminent Salisbury Zoo Park was established and opened its doors in 1954. The Salisbury Zoological Park or the Salisbury Zoo is home to varied species of animals and birds. You can also avail the guided tour facility with prior appointment. Check website for details.
State-of-the-art floating docks with water and limited electricity, 54 slips, restrooms and more can be found at East Point Marina, located on Parker's Creek, one mile from the mouth of Onancock Creek.
Open April thru October, 2-4pm. Restored one-room school, which served the educational needs of this rural area from 1872 to 1939.
Ferry guided by cable across Wicomico River. Carries two cars and foot passengers. Hours March-September: Monday-Friday, 7am-6pm; October-Feburary: Monday-Friday, 7am-5pm; Saturday, 7am-1pm.
Noted for exterior details, including Palladian and bullseye windows and finely carved interior woodwork. Built 1795-1805 in the transitional Georgain style. Poplar Hill is open for tours on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month from 1 - 4 p.m.