Links

Here you will find links to help you plan your Nanticoke experience- just the way you want it.

Boating

Plan your next river trip with Delaware’s Nanticoke River Water Trail Map and Guide. You can get them online at http://shop.delaware.gov/index.php?cPath=112

 

The Nanticoke River offers excellent opportunities for paddlers to explore its history, beauty and to catch a glimpse of the wildlife that call it home. Visit Paddle the Nanticoke to start your paddle-power voyage.

Hunting and Fishing

Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control: Division of Fish and Wildlife is the best place to start planning your hunting and fishing adventure on Delaware’s portion of the Nanticoke.

Maryland Department of Natural Resources is your gateway to fishing, hunting, and boating on the Maryland portion of the Nanticoke. Here you will find regulations, fishing reports, and access information.

Tourism

The Nanticoke watershed covers large parts of Dorchester and Wicomico counties in Maryland, and Sussex county in Delaware. Each of these counties has wonderful things to offer. Dorchester County, Heart of the Chesapeake,Discover Wicomico County, Discover Southern Delaware.

Delmarva Low-Impact Tourism Experiences (DLITE) seeks to bring that experience to thousands of people like you each year. While paddling our creeks, cycling our scenic byways, birding at our refuges or exploring our heritage sites, many of you will have that seminal experience that motivates you to take action to protect our natural, historic, and cultural resources.

Family

The Delmarva Discovery Center in Pocomoke City is a fantastic place to take the family for fun and to learn about all of Delmarva’s rivers.

The Chesapeake Bay Gateways are a network of sites throughout the region that tell the story of the Chesapeake and offer a lifetime of places to explore.

2 Comments to Links

  1. Sally says:

    Beth,

    Hi! When is the next native plant sale? Where would be great places to buy native plants?

    • Beth Wasden says:

      Hi! There are several native plant sales coming up this spring in the area, including:

      -Adkins Arboretum’s Native Plant Nursery Opening Weekend on April 24-26
      -James Farm (Center for the Inland Bays) Native Plant Sale on May 2
      -Lower Shore Land Trust (at Ward Museum) Native Plant Sale on May 9
      Environmental Concern also has a series of retail sales dates this year at http://www.wetland.org/nursery_retail.htm.

      Good shopping! 🙂

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