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Nestled among virgin hardwood forest, open fields, and native sand pockets, this course celebrates the Eastern Shore's beauty. Prepare for an epic challenge at the 18th green, bordered from tee to hole by the Choptank River.
Unwind at Sago Spa & Salon
Sago Spa, situated on The Chesapeake Bay, is in a scenic location where the Atlantic Ocean meets the fresh waters of its surrounding rivers. The rise and flow of the tides have long impacted the livelihood of Maryland’s Eastern Shore, and Sago has managed to capture the bounty of this great land and deliver life, vitality, and nourishment to all spa guests.
Fun In The Sun- Waterslide & Outdoor Pools
Lounge by Cresent pool, our outdoor infinity pool, with breathtaking views of the Choptank River or slide down the waterslide at our nearby outdoor Activity pool! Don't forget to kick back and relax at our new adult-only hot tub overlooking the beach and Choptank River! Before your arrival, reserve a poolside cabana by contacting the resort using the number below. Lounge poolside year-round in our Wintergarden atrium that houses both our indoor pool and indoor hot tub! Take an evening dip and enjoy our nightly dive-in movies. Visit the link below after booking to explore the resort activities, book your cabana and more.
Drop Anchor At River Marsh Marina
The River Marsh Marina is set 11 nautical miles inside the Choptank River within the Chesapeake Bay’s 4,000 miles of shoreline, offering guests countless areas to explore, from historic waterman’s villages to pristine marshes. Whether it’s a fleet of yachts or a family vessel cruising in for a rendezvous, our Certified Clean Marina at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort is perfectly designed for every type of boater. Designated “Best of the Bay” multiple times by Chesapeake Bay Magazine, our amenity program and 150 slips offer an experience unparalleled by other boat marinas in the region.
More Ways To Play By The Bay- Outdoor Recreation
Get out and get moving! Our resort includes facilities and equipment for tennis, basketball, beach volleyball, Frisbee golf, miniature golf, and horseshoes—plus, trails for walking and jogging.
Make A Splash- Water Sports by Blackwater Adventures
Stop by the beach hut to rent kayaks, paddle boards, jet skis, powerboats, or catamarans. Services are available seasonally, from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Explore Blue Heron Rookery
Our 18-acre wildlife refuge provides a lush habitat for native wildlife, including the Great Blue Heron and American Bald Eagle. The land is closed to the public from December 15 through July 31 by federal regulation for nesting.
Enjoy Our Heated Indoor Pool
Lounge poolside year-round in our Wintergarden atrium that houses both our indoor pool and indoor hot tub! Take an evening dip and enjoy our nightly dive-in movies. ATTENTION: The pool at Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay will be closed for maintenance and unavailable to guests from September 18 through September 28. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please contact the hotel directly for more information.
Family Getaway Itinerary
Explore Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge
Celebrated by wildlife watchers and photographers, the 28,000-acre refuge hosts many species, from migrating ducks and bald eagles to Delmarva fox squirrels. Drive, bike, or walk a four-mile loop through diverse natural habitats.
Explore The Local History of Harriet Tubman
One of more than 40 stops on the self-guided Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway, the visitor center offers 10,000 square feet of multimedia exhibits about Tubman's early life and slavery in the area.
Indulge Your Taste Buds at Emily's Produce
Run by seventh-generation farmers, Emily's sells fresh produce, beef, eggs, jams, and more. Pick your own fruits and veggies, or join in family friendly activities, like feeding time with the chickens, rabbits, and pygmy goats.
Explore Dorchester Visitor Center at Sailwinds Park
Tour exhibits about Dorchester County at the award-winning building that sports a 100-foot-high sail. The adjacent park includes a mile-long boardwalk, beach, playground, native plant garden, and the "flying goose" fountain.
Take a Stroll Through Easton, MD
Deemed as one of the best small towns in America and located on highway US 50, Easton is rich with history and classic Victorian architecture. Guests traveling through can enjoy the historic sites as well as a variety of activities, with everything from walking tours to enjoying a day of antiquing in the historic town. Don't forget to experience the local vending scene at Easton's Farmers Market, that provides travelers with a multitude of markets with local produce, baked goods, and home décor.
Couples Retreat Itinerary
Discover The Historic Old Trinity Church
Built in the late 17th century and impeccably restored in the 1950s, this tiny colonial church houses one of the area's oldest continually practicing congregations. The serene grounds are open daily and overlook a scenic creek.
Explore Downtown Cambridge
Settled in 1684, this charming waterfront town has served as a seat for industry and culture through the centuries. Take a walking tour of its historic streets and enjoy today's boutiques, eateries, galleries, and more.
Dive Into History At The Richardson Maritime Museum
This museum tells the story of Dorchester County's rich maritime history through exquisite models of traditional wooden sailing vessels designed and built in the region—from crabbing skiffs to schooners.
Set Sail With Skipjack Nathan of Dorchester
Experience history in action with a two-hour ride on a traditional wooden skipjack. Public sails generally include an oyster-dredging demonstration, for which the ship was designed. Sunset and charter cruises are also available.
Try A Brew Or Two At RAR Brewery
After arriving in Cambridge, stop at one the area’s most popular breweries, RAR Brewing. The brewery offers a large selection of beers including the Off the Rook pale ale, which was made as a collaboration with Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay. Guests can also enjoy a bite to eat at the brewery which options including the Chessie Burger, classic wings, a pretzel sampler and more.
Take A Drive To The Historic and Charming St. Michaels
Explore St. Michaels, a picturesque harbor on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Its harbor and some homes date back to the mid-1600's, and is home to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum where you can immerse yourself in the maritime history. The area is perfect for outdoor activities including sailing on historic Skipjacks, kayaking and bicycling. St. Michaels is also known for exceptional restaurants, from quaint romantic bistros to waterfront restaurants, serving fresh seafood including the best tasting crab cakes! For shoppers, you will find an eclectic range of boutique shops offering specialty foods, jewelry, clothing, home decor and art galleries throughout the town.