For the nature lover there’s the famous Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, and the Jean Du Pont Audubon Sanctuary; but the entire Shore is full of natural wonders and the surrounding areas.
The town of Cambridge is very close with choice restaurants (including some fun places on the water), a beautiful section of historic homes and interesting shops. The Hyatt Chesapeake has much for the visitor including a great Spa, the golf course, marina, three restaurants and nighttime movies with food service at the indoor Wintergarden pool for all. You can catch blue crabs off the dock or take a five-minute drive down the road and pick them up from a local merchant. If you prefer to be served, there are two restaurants on the water just moments away, and another dozen choices just minutes further.
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Cambridge, Easton, St. Michaels and Oxford are a destination known throughout the East and the activities are endless. Visitors can shop, dine and sightsee year-round. Eastern Shore culinary treats are world famous including Blue Crabs, Oysters Silver Queen Sweet corn and more. In the summer, there are enough Cultural, Historical, Culinary, Architectural and Nature festivals shows and concerts. The closest venue; Sailwinds Park in Cambridge is a treat. Tours are available of many indigenous sailing and fishing vessels on display such as the Skipjack Nathan and the Rebecca Ruark, and the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum holds numerous ships and exhibits. Drive beyond 30 minutes and visit Crisfield Island, Ocean City Maryland or the Delaware Shore for a day at the ocean, or see the famous wild ponies of Chincoteague Island.