Chesapeake City: town at a watery crossroads

Here’s a nice post on Chesapeake City in Cecil County. It’s from A Day Away Travel. Enjoy!

A Day Away Travel

DSCN5997 A charming mid-19th-century town makes Chesapeake City a fun little stop for anyone traveling through the area. It’s only a few miles off Interstate 95 and light years from its hustle and bustle.

DSCN6025 A car carrier cruises down the C&D Canal on its way to Baltimore. A cool app called Shipfinder will let you know when a ship will be passing by.

This historic town near the top of Maryland’s Eastern Shore is defined by the canal that divides it and the bridge soaring above that unites it.

Built on the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, Chesapeake City celebrates its place in history with a museum. The C&D Canal has connected the Chesapeake and Delaware bays, making shipping between Baltimore and Philadelphia more efficient, for more than 100 years.

The town’s location also makes it an interesting place to spend a day, to relax, stroll, shop and eat. Even though it’s…

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Author: Brent Jackson

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