Seafood, Scenery, Serenity
Embraced by miles of scenic Chesapeake Bay waterways, our county offers a great variety of saltwater and freshwater fishing experiences. Anglers can hook striped bass, largemouth bass, sea trout, bluefish, Spanish mackerel, black drum, Atlantic croaker, white perch, yellow perch, crappie, pickerel, channel catfish, bluegill and more.
There’s plenty to do when not angling for a prize catch! Queen Anne’s County’s colonial past is still evident in small towns and villages where you are welcome to explore museums, historic churches, courthouses, train stations and a grist mill that grinds grain as it did during the American Revolution. Kent Island is surrounded by water and is home to some of the best waterfront restaurants serving up the freshest seafood and most spectacular views the Chesapeake Bay has to offer!
Fun for the Fisherman’s Family
Our Chesapeake Legacy • Cross Island Trail • Tuckahoe State Park • Terrapin Nature Area • Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center • Prime Outlets • Kayaking • Queenstown • Kent Narrows Water Taxi • Wye Island NRMA • Historic Sites • Canoeing • Antiquing
Bay Bridge Boat Show - April
Kent Island Day - May
Thursdays in the Park - June, July, August
Fourth of July Event - July
Thunder on the Narrows - August
Artisans Festival - October
Christmas Boat Parade - November