Area Attractions

Discover the ideal combination of relaxation and adventure when you stay at Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina. With plenty of Chesapeake Bay attractions to see nearby and a wide array of onsite activities, you’ll have the time of your life at our expansive resort. Learn about the heritage and hardships of Harriet Tubman or spend your day training for the IronMan Maryland.

Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina

100 Heron Blvd. at Route 50
Cambridge, Maryland, United States, 21613



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Hotel Activities

Camp Hyatt

Pirate's Cove offers a fun-filled activities program where kids can make new friends and learn new skills. Parents – head off on your own adventures or enjoy some quiet time while your kids learn and discover new experiences only found here on the Eastern Shore.

Outdoor Activities

Keep active around the resort with our large array of outdoor activities available to our guests. Tennis courts, beach volleyball, Frisbee golf, miniature golf, jogging and walking trails – get out and explore!

Blue Heron Rookery

Hyatt's own Wildlife Refuge, a preserved area of lush vegetation and animals indigenous to the Eastern Shore, such as the Great Blue Heron and American Bald Eagle. Blue Heron Rookery is closed December 15 - July 31st for nesting; due to federal regulations.

Blackwater Adventures

Play by the bay with Blackwater Adventures and the Hyatt! Opened seasonally and located on the resort grounds, guests can stop by the beach hut for powerboat, jet skis, kayaks, and paddle board rentals.

Local Attractions

Blackwater Wildlife Refuge

12.7 MI / 20.42 KM AWAY
Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, approximately 12 miles south of the town of Cambridge, in Dorchester County. Blackwater was established in 1933 as a refuge for migratory birds. The Refuge includes over 27,000 acres, composed mainly of rich tidal marsh.

Visit Dorchester Visitor Center

Designated as a Regional Information Center for the Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network, under the National Park Service, this visitor center is a must see! Explore the exhibits, views of the Choptank River, and the complex amenities that include a playground, relaxing garden with native plants, mile-long boardwalk, “flying goose” monument fountain, and beach area.

Horn Point Laboratory

5.9 MI / 9.5 KM AWAY
University of Maryland's Center for Environmental Science's Horn Point Laboratory is located in Cambridge, Maryland. This facility offers a 90-minute guided tour while you explore the hatchery, physical oceanography, coastal resilience, water quality, and more.

Emily’s Produce

5.8 MI / 10.3 KM
This family owned and operated produce farm and market is a must. Their U-Pick selection ranges through the seasons, from berries, florals, and autumn harvest vegetables. Visit Kyle’s Farm Fun – a free play area for children, and make sure to visit their chickens, rabbits, and pygmy goats.

Nathan of Dorchester Skipjack

Set sail and learn about the nautical heritage of region. The Nathan of Dorchester offers public sails, sunset sails, and private chartered groups.

Fishing & Crabbing

With Dorchester County's proximity to the Chesapeake Bay, Nanticoke River, and numerous creeks and streams, the region makes it an ideal location for fishing and crabbing. Grab the essentials from our Quarterdeck Store, located at River Marsh Marina, or contact the Concierge Desk to help schedule a local charter.


Breckenridge Farms Paintball / Corn Maze

There is something for everyone—find your way through our eight acre corn maze, pick your own pumpkin in our pumpkin patch, play in the paintball park, shop for your fall / winter decorations, or just relax in our picnic area while the younger ones play in our children’s play area full of games and activities.

Skydive Delmarva

Make your vacation action packed and see the Eastern Shore from a birds-eye view by going skydiving. Several skydiving sites are available within a short driving distance of the resort.

Dorchester Cycling Guide

Whether you're an avid cyclist looking for a place to train or looking to bring the family and take in the scenic views, Dorchester County is the perfect destination for you. Download the Dorchester Cycling Guide to plan your next adventure!

Arts + Culture

Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center

The 17-acre site adjacent to Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge along MD 335 officially opened on March 11, 2017. The state park is a key destination for the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway.

Dorchester Center for the Arts

Do you have a love for the arts? Dorchester Center for the Arts offers activities from painting classes to musical entertainment.

Richardson Maritime Museum

A hidden gem in the heart of Cambridge, Maryland, is the Richardson Maritime Museum. The museum offers tales of Dorchester County's influence on Chesapeake Bay traditional wooden sailing vessels. You will also find a unique collection of exquisite ship models.

Main Street Gallery

Whether you are looking to take an art class or simply view the works of local artists, Cambridge, Maryland, has it all.

Shopping + Entertainment

Choptank Bowling Center

Looking for something to do that is fun for the whole family? Head over to Choptank Bowling Center.

Downtown Cambridge, MD

2.7 MI / 4.31 KM AWAY
Cambridge, Maryland, is known for its beautiful buildings, and rich maritime and cultural heritage. Experience the unique boutiques and shops, amazing restaurants, farmers markets, local brews, and much more all in the heart of Cambridge.

Cambridge Premier Cinemas

Grab a bucket of popcorn and enjoy the latest movies in theatre at Cambridge Premier Cinemas.