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You can book a vacation rental in Rock Hall for as little as $187 per night.
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Rock Hall Information
About Rock Hall
The quaint town of Rock Hall, Maryland will make you feel right at home with its East Coast charm and friendly people. Rock Hall is located waterfront along the east side of Chesapeake Bay with many marinas and delicious seafood restaurants. This scenic area includes opportunities for sailing, fishing and so much more. Known as the “Pearl of the Chesapeake”, Rock Hall is a must-see for any Maryland vacation.
Things to do in Rock Hall
One of the most popular activities in Rock Hall is just enjoying the calm beaches and watching the boats sail by. Have a picnic at the beach, take a sailing lesson, or rent a kayak—Rock Hall has it all. Eastern Neck Wildlife Refuge has walking trails and places to see wildlife, including bald eagles and tundra swan. Explore the town and take a walk down Main Street and stop in Durding’s Store, an old fashioned ice cream shop dating back to 1925. Rock Hall is known for its seafood, including the waterfront restaurant, Waterman’s Crab House. If you happen to visit in July, be sure to check out the Waterman’s Docking Competition. If you want to learn more about Rock Hall’s history, Waterman’s Museum has artifacts and photos from the town’s fishing heyday.
Day Trips from Rock Hall
Although Rock Hall seems far from any city life, it’s actually only a couple of hours from several major cities. In just under a two hour drive you can be in Baltimore, Washington D.C. or Philadelphia. Take a day trip to Washington D.C. to see the national monuments and variety of museums. Baltimore is also full of history and delicious food. If you don’t want to drive to Baltimore, take a boat! Sailing trips around the Chesapeake are available to explore the surrounding towns, like Kent Island. This historic is full of history and scenic views of the bay.
Rock Hall Accommodations
Whether you want to stay in a waterfront cottage or a historic bungalow, Tripping has the perfect Rock Hall vacation rental for you. Getaways should be relaxing and fun, and you don’t want to have to stress about finding an overpriced hotel room. Vacation rentals can be booked for a day or a month and include a variety of amenities. Book your trip to Rock Hall today!
Transportation in Rock Hall
Getting around Rock Hall is easy by car or bicycle. The entire town of Rock Hall offers free parking and a tram to get around town. The closest airport to Rock Hall is the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. If you want to have a car to get around the area, then it’s best to rent a car from where you fly in. The Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Philadelphia International Airport are also close to Rock Hall with just a two-hour drive away.