To Do & See
SUP & Water Sports
you visit the Chesapeake Bay you can either have a packed,
fun-filled vacation or enjoy total relaxation. Most places
to see are a short drive from our Chesapeake Bay farm, or
you can relax right on our waterfront property bird watching
and enjoying the wildlife scenery. You can also take to the
water - fishing or exploring Chesapeake Bay & its tributaries
in your own boat. Arrangements can even be made to have a
rental boat/ charter waiting for you when you arrive!
matter what your interests, the Chesapeake Bay at Marylands eastern shore has something
for you. Call Ransome's Chesapeake Retreat at 1.888.726.7863 for your next Chesapeake
Bay vacation, wedding location or family reunion.
interesting Chesapeake Bay facts:
bay is almost 200 miles long and 30 miles across at its
Chesapeake Bay has 4400 miles of shoreline;
bay contains 18 trillion gallons of water. It has an average
depth of only 27 feet. Its deepest point is 153 feet;
Its name comes from the Native American word "Chesepiooc,"
meaning "Great Shellfish Bay";
larger rivers and nearly 100 smaller rivers drain into the
than 175,000 pleasure boats are registered on the Chesapeake
us at 1.888.726.7863 for your next Chesapeake Bay vacation.
Chesapeake Bay community commonly housed distinguished cultural
groups. There are many opportunities to enjoy choral, chamber
and symphonic music, along with ballet, opera and theater.
Annapolis offers Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts hosting
top notch musical entertainment and Chesapeake Music Hall
offers a year round selection of theatre productions. Nearby
Baltimore and Washington offer the National Theater, Arena
Stage, Kennedy Center, Ford's Theater, Center Stage and the
Morris Mechanic Theater. The region also boasts some of the
finest museums in the world including the Smithsonian. The
National Aquarium in Baltimore offers the opportunity to see
marine life up close. Unique treats during the summer months
include free outdoor concerts and open-air theater productions.
Special events include the Annapolis Arts Festival, the Renaissance
Festival, and the Chesapeake Appreciation Days.
up for a day of sightseeing and culture? Then dont forget
you can always spend hours roaming the 700 acres of our pristine
farmland where wildlife abounds and bald eagles fly free,
or travel minutes away down a country road to the Blackwater