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Stratford Hall is the colonial era plantation built by the Virginia Lees on the Northern Neck. It is the birthplace of Robert E. Lee. Tours of the grounds and Great House offer an authentic historic experience. The facility is also host to numerous educational programs and an annual wine festival in September.

483 Great House Road

Not a lot of kids grow up on farms anymore. So when families start flocking to working farms to get their yearly dose of fall activities, kids have a lot of questions. That’s why the Cox family decided to open up their Spider Hall Farm to kids and adults who want to know more about the day-to-day agricultural lifestyle, the importance of being a good steward of the land and water, and how to apply school lessons to real-life situations on the farm. Their education center features six lab-style classrooms where guests can learn through interactive lessons, followed by a tour of the farm’s 362 acres, which are filled with tobacco, corn, and grain.

Throughout the year, the farm sells seasonal produce, meat raised in southern Maryland, organic milk and ice cream, and seasonal plants, allowing guests to roam the farm and experience the full circle of where food comes from without moonlighting as a cafeteria lady. When the last of the crops are harvested, visitors are invited to celebrate with the Cox family at the corn maze and pumpkin patch or to come back when the weather gets chilly to pick out a Christmas tree and take a merry horse-drawn carriage ride.

3915 Hallowing Point Rd
Prince Frederick,

Miss Chesapeake spirits vacationers and die-hard anglers alike from its dock at Breezy Point Marina on chartered fishing expeditions. Captain Luke Thatcher and his crew of hyper-intelligent seagulls provide artificial bait, a fishing license, and allow passengers to bring their own snacks, lunches, and beer. Once everyone's fully kitted out, Captain Thatcher sets out across the bay, as Miss Chesapeake trails fishing lines and cuts watery swathes from Bloody Point to the Choptank River.

After a full day of bamboozling fish, sun-soaked adventurers return to shore with coolers filled with their catch. Fish cleaners stand at the ready on the dock, happy to prep the newly netted seameats or step aside and let passengers to do it themselves.

4165 Mears Ave.
Chesapeake Beach,

Arban Yacht Charters is a family run business whose mission is to provide you, our guest, with a beautiful, custom, luxury yacht to share with your family, friends and co-workers. We provide an affordable unique getaway for any occasion. You create the dream, and we will provide the adventure.

13101 Windjammer Avenue