Explore Countless Things to Do in Chesapeake Bay
Do you like concerts, murder mystery dinners, bingo, pull tab machines and all you can eat breakfast buffets? Then look no further.
Browse the quaint shops and restaurants of Chesapeake Beach or North Beach, or treat the kids to a day of aquatic adventure at the Chesapeake Beach Water Park. Paddle kayaks across the waters of the Chesapeake Bay or treat yourself to a pampering experience at the Chesapeake Beach Spa & Salon. Try your luck at bingo or on one of the video slot machines in our game rooms. Known as the “Charter Fishing Capital of Maryland since 1946,” the resort also boasts two marinas, The Rod ‘N’ Reel Dock and Marina West.
Chesapeake Beach Attractions
Chesapeake Beach Water Park
Soaking Chesapeake Beach locals and visitors since the summer of ’95, this aquatic playground features eight water slides, fountains, waterfalls, a lagoon, kids' activity pool and more to make sure all who visit enjoy the coolest times on even the hottest of days.
Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum
Chesapeake Beach’s original Historic Railway Station still stands adjacent to the resort and serves as a museum of Chesapeake Beach times gone by. Prior to the Great Depression, the railway brought visitors to Chesapeake Beach, where they could enjoy beachfront hotels, a race track, casino, bathhouse, beaches and a 1,600-foot entertainment boardwalk built over the water. Today, the station gives visitors a look into the past with photos and artifacts showing summer crowds enjoying the beach and rides on the railroad.
Bayside History Museum
With fascinating artifacts and interactive exhibits, the Bayside History Museum celebrates all aspects of living, working and playing by the Chesapeake Bay. Exhibits include the explorations of Captain John Smith, a War of 1812 exhibit featuring Francis Scott Key and “The Star-Spangled Banner” and a “day at the beach” with memorabilia from the early 1900s.
The Town of Chesapeake Beach
Learn about everything there is to see, do or experience in and around Chesapeake Beach. Read about the best restaurants, attractions and shopping and find out what’s going on during your visit.
Veteran’s Memorial Park
In homage to war veterans and national heroes, this park overlooking Chesapeake Bay features a pathway made of memorial bricks and a monument honoring all branches of military service.
Twin Shields Golf Course
This family-owned, 18-hole par 70 championship golf course has been one of Southern Maryland’s best treasures for over 45 years. With its rolling terrain and large undulating greens, it offers a challenge for high handicappers and scratch golfers alike.