Ferry Point Park
Free General Admission
Starting July 1, 2020 Park Rangers will be enforcing the COVID-19 capacity numbers at the beach portion of Ferry Point Park. Once capacity is reached no other visitors will be permitted to enter until others leave. We welcome all visitors to our other landings, parks, trails, and piers.
Ferry Point Park is accessible from the Chesapeake Heritage and Visitor Center. The park is 41 acres of tidal wetlands, non-tidal wetlands and uplands. Rich in wildlife, one might expect to possibly see herons, ospreys, eagles, ducks, geese, swans, turtles, bullfrogs, and deer at Ferry Point. Surrounded by three bodies of water (Chester River, Kent Narrows and Piney Creek) the parks scenic views are magnificent. Ferry Point Park has approximately (1) mile of hiker / biker trails, picnic tables, sitting benches and interpretive signage. The park is a wonderful interpretive and passive recreation spot within the Kent Narrows. Restrooms available at Visitor Center.