Ferry Point Park
Free General Admission
The Park features 41 acres of tidal and non-tidal wetlands as well as uplands. A variety of wildlife can be observed while taking in the scenery along the one-mile unpaved trail that ends at a sandy shoreline. Surrounded by three bodies of water (Chester River, Kent Narrows and Piney Creek) the scenic views are magnificent. Ferry Point Park also has sitting benches and interpretive signage for visitors to observe the abundant natural resources. The Park is a wonderful interpretive and passive recreation spot within the Kent Narrows. Ferry Point Park is accessible from the Chesapeake Heritage and Visitor Center where the restrooms for the park are also located.
Ferry Point Park is a nature park, so please no coolers, grills, open fires, shade structures, or fishing.