Rock Hall

Rock Hall is a small town on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

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Rock Hall is a town of about 1,300 people on the coast of Maryland’s scenic Eastern Shore. Despite its small size, the so-called “Pearl of the Chesapeake” offers a surprising array of sights and experiences, ranging from concerts and waterfront festivals to fresh Chesapeake bay seafood.

The most common way to enter the town is by car via MD 20, which runs from Chestertown to Rockville and other villages on the Eastern Shore.

Rock Hall is situated right on the water, so travelers with a boat can set it in the town’s marinas.

The town is small enough that you can get around on foot with a bit of patience, though it’s still much easier and quicker to use a car or bicycle.

Trams can transport visitors and residents around town at the price of 1$ per person. There are two such trams: one called the Osprey Flyer and another called the Blue Crab Trawler. The service runs from May to November, stopping at various tram stops throughout town, though the schedule may change when there’s a holiday like the 4th of July.

  • 39.13656-76.232511 The Mainstay, 5753 Main St, +1 410 639-9133. Small, intimate, informal concert venue featuring dozens of concerts every year, including jazz, classical, rock, and folk performances (updated Jun 2019)
  • 39.13954-76.251691 Haven Point Inn and Gallery, 20748 Rock Hall Ave, +1 410 639 4184. Local inn and art gallery (updated Jun 2019)

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