Whether you're looking for relaxation or adventure, our concierge can help. Eastern Maryland provides great terrain for cycling and horseback riding, and in addition to our resort's available water sports, you can book a fishing or crabbing excursion. We have the kids covered, too, with fun and learning at Camp Hyatt.
Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina
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.
Get out and get moving! Our resort includes facilities and equipment for tennis, basketball, beach volleyball, Frisbee golf, miniature golf, and horseshoes—plus, three pools and trails for walking and jogging.
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.
History + Culture
Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.