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Welcome to Ocean City! Junction of Highway #528 North to Fenwick Island. West access to community of Salisbury. Ocean City is in Worcester County, Maryland. It is the only part of the state that fronts the sea. The county is connected to the Chesapeake Bay via the Pokomoke River. Fenwick Island, the most southeastern of our beaches. Fishing, crabbing, windsurfing and jet skiing may be enjoyed on the bay.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Harry W. Kelly Bridge. Photo view crossing bridge.
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View from highway
Driving West.
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Services, gas and diesel
South side at the highway.
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Access to Assateague State Park
South side of the highway. Also access to Assateague Island National Seashore - South of the highway. Assateague State Park, Maryland's only ocean park is located on Assateague Island, a barrier island bordered on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and on the west by Sinepuxent Bay. Camping - 350 sites are available for camping, with a fire ring and picnic table at each campsite, limited electric hook-ups available. Visitors to Maryland district of Assateague Island may enjoy a variety of camping opportunities. The National Park Service provides year round camping in oceanside and bayside campgrounds.
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Old Bridge Road
Junction of Highway #707 East.
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Point of Information
Crossing Herring Creek. Photo view from highway crossing creek.
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View from highway
Junction of Highway #589 North to community of Taylorville. Services and gas available at the highway. Access to race tracks. Access to community of Ocean Pines - North of the highway. Photo view from highway driving West.
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Friendship Road
Access to city of Berlin - South of the highway. Access to Highway #452 North to community of Jones. Travel back into the past with a stroll down Main Street in Berlin, Maryland. The path you walk is the same as that taken by the Assateague and Pocomoke Indians well before the colonial period. Later, the path became the Philadelphia Post Road, the main route connecting the centers of commerce to the north and west. This area was part of the Burley Plantation, a 300-acre land grant dating back to 1677.
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Junction of Highway #346
South of the highway.
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View from highway
Junction of Highway #113 North to communities of Showell and Bishop.
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Access to Highway #113
South to Newark and Pocomoke City.
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Junction of Highway #818
Access to state police.
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View from highway
View from highway driving West.
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Junction of Highway #346
North to communities of St. Martin and Whaleyville. Point of Information - entering Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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View from highway
View from highway driving West.
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Junction of Highway #610
North to communities of Whaleyville and Sebyville. Access to campgrounds - South of the highway.
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Wicomico County
Eastern boundary. Wicomico County is the heart of the Delmarva Peninsula. Bordered on the north by Delaware and located between the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.
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Junction of Highway #354
North to community of Willards; South to Powellville and Whiton. Services, gas and diesel - North side at the highway.
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Woodyard Road

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Friendship Road
Services and gas - North side at the highway. Access to campgrounds - South side of the highway.
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Junction of Highway #353
North to community of Gumboro; South to Wango. Access to community of Pittsville. Services, gas and diesel - at the highway.
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Access to community of Pittsville
North of the highway.
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Access to community of Parsonsburg
North of the highway.
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Forest Grove Road
Access to community of Parsonsburg.
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Walston Switch Road
Access to Salisburg-Wico Airport - South of the highway. Services, gas and diesel - North of the highway.
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City of Salisbury. Salisbury's location at the head of Wicomico River was a major factor in its becoming one of Maryland's outstanding cities. The new official port of Salisbury in 1732 gradually became a gateway to an ever-spreading area of colonists seeking more land for homesteading. It was the so-called landing that has grown to be second only to Baltimore as the most active seaport in Maryland.
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Junction of Highway #13
South to community of Eden, Princess Anne and Norfolk. Note: Highway #13 overlaps Highway #50 at this point.
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Access to community of Delmar
North of the highway. Access to lodging, services, gas and diesel - off highway.
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View from highway
Driving West.
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Junction of Highway #13
North to Salisbury and Dover. Junction of Highway #13 Business Route. Note: Highway #13 overlap ends at this point. Access to state police and information center.
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Point of Information
Crossing Wicomico River. The Wicomico is popular with recreational boaters-canoes, kayaks. Locals fish for bass, crappie, catfish, and white perch. The river is tidal fresh from Salisbury to Upper Ferry. Its waters become brackish as it makes its way to the Chesapeake Bay.
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View from highway
Driving West.
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Naylor Mill Road
Access to Highway #50 Business Route. Access to Bennett Airport - off Naylor Mill Road.
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Services, gas and diesel
North side at the highway. Junction of Highway #670 South to community of Hebron.
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Junction of Highway #347
Access to community of Hebron - South of the highway.
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Services and gas
North side at the highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing Barren Creek.
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Services, gas and diesel
Available at the highway.
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Delmar Road
Access to community of Mardela Springs. Junction of Highway #313 North to Delmar and Sharptown. Junction of Highway #54 East.
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Access roadside turnout
State run rest area - South side of the highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing Nanticoke River. Photo view from highway crossing river.
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View from highway
Photo view crossing Nanticoke River.
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Junction of Highway #331
South access to communities of Vienna, Henrys Crossing and Elliott; North to Rhodesdale. Access to Fishing Bay Wildlife Management Area. Note: Highway #331 is designated a 'Chesapeake Scenic Byway.' Fishing Bay Wildlife Management Area representing the largest parcel of publicly owned tidal wetlands in Maryland, Fishing Bay is also the state's largest wildlife management area. White-tailed deer and the Asian sika deer can be found grazing on the wetland plants. Most commonly seen waterfowl at Fishing Bay include mallards, black ducks, teal, gadwall, pintails, scaup and Canada geese. Many species of shorebirds may be seen or heard, including the secretive black rail. Chesapeake Country Byway, as you drive this beautiful route, historic towns and buildings transport you to a new time. Traveling along the banks of Chesapeake Bay in rural Maryland, Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway takes you on a distinctive journey through visually spectacular New England countryside.
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Vincent Road
South side of the highway.
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Community of Linkwood
Services and fuel - South side of the highway.
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Access to Hicksburg Road
North of the highway.
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City of Cambridge
Eastern boundary.
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Junction of Highway #16
North to communities of Secretary and Hurlock. Access to telephone - North side of the highway. Note: Highway #16 overlaps Highway #50 at this point.
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Services and fuel
Available at the highway.
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Junction of Highway #750
North side of the highway.
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Junction of Highway #750
East access to community of Bucktown. Access to Cambridge-Dorcester Municipal Airport. Services and fuel - available at the highway.
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Church Creek Road
Services and fuel - available at the highway. Note: Highway #16 overlap ends, heading South to Woolford, Madison and Taylors Island.
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Access to the business section of Cambridge

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Junction of Highway #343
West side of the highway.
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View from highway
Maryland Avenue. Access to Cambridge Historic District and visitor information center - West of the highway. Photo view from highway driving West.
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Access to Little Choptank River and fishing area
West of the highway. The Choptank River is a tributary of the Chesapeake Bay.
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View from highway
Point of Information - crossing Choptank River and Bridge. Photo view taken while crossing Bridge.
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View from highway
Photo view crossing Choptank River.
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View from highway
Photo view taken while crossing river.
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Talbot County
Southern boundary. Visit St. Michaels, Tilghman Island, Oxford, and Easton on Marylands Eastern Shore.
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Beaver Dam Road

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Barber Road
Community of Trappe. Services and fuel - East side at the highway.
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Services and fuel
East side at the highway.
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Access to community of Oxford
East side of the highway. Access to Oxford Ferries - East of the highway.
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View from highway
View from highway driving North.
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Community of Easton. Junction of Highway #322. Access to the Easton Bypass.
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Point of Information
Crossing Peachblossom Creek.
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View from highway.
Junction of Highway #33 - West of the highway. Access to Easton historic business area. Access to the Easton Bypass. View from highway driving North.
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Access to lodging
East side of the highway.
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Access to Maryland state police
East side of the highway.
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Junction of Highway #331

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Servces, gas and diesel
East side of the highway.
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Junction of Highway #328 East

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Junction of Highway #322
West access to Easton Parkway. Access to St. Michaels and Tilghman Island.
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Junction of Highway #309
Access to Cordova, Queen Anne and Starr - East of the highway. Services and fuel - East side at the highway.
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Black Dog Alley
Access to Easton Airport - West of the highway.
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Access to Talbot County Long Neck Recreation Area
East of the highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing Potts Mill Creek.
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Junction of Highway #662

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Point of Information
Crossing Skipton Creek.
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View from highway
View from highway driving North.
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Point of Information
Crossing Skipton Creek.
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Junction of Highway #662
West access to community of Longwoods. Highway is also known as the 'Chesapeake Scenic Byway.'
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Junction of Highway #404
East access to communities of Queen Anne and Denton. Access to Wye Oak State Park - West of the highway. This park gets its name from the Wye Oak. The tree was once the largest and finest of its species in the United States.
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Queen Annes County
Southern boundary. Steeped in history dating back to 1631, Queen Anne's County's historic sites and landmarks are still evident in the small towns and villages.
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Junction of Highway #213
North to communities of Centreville and Starkeys Corner.
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Junction of Highway #662
West access to community of Wye Mills. Access to Chesapeake College - West of the highway.
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Bloomingdale Road

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View from highway
View from highway driving North.
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Junction of Highway #456
West of the highway.
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Exit 46
Junction of Highway #18 East to Centreville. Junction of Highway #301 Wes; East to Middletown, Delaware. Note: Highway #301 joins Highway #50 at this point.
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Exit 45B - Nesbit Road

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Exit 45A - Hissey Road

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Exit 44B - Winchester Creek Road

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Exit 44A

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Access to community of Annapolis via Exit 24A
Access to the state capital historic information center and to St. John's College.
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Exit 43A - Jackson Creek Road

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Exit 42 - Main Street
Access to Highway #18 East to community of Kent Narrows.
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Point of Information
Crossing Kent Narrows.
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View from highway
View from highway looking at Kent Narrows.
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Access to Exit 41 - Main Street
Access to Highway #18 to Kent Narrows West.
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Exit 40A - Piney Road

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Exit 39B - Piney Creek Road
Access to Highway #552 South to communities of Chester and Dominion.
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City of Stevensville

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Exit 39A - Castle Marine Road
Access to Highway #18 North to community of Love Point.
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Point of Information
Crossing Cox Creek.
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Exit 38A

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Exit 37
Access to communities of Mattapex and Romancoke. Access to Highway #8 South. Access to Matapeake State Park - South of the highway. Fishing and Boating: The Choptank River and Watts Creek offer opportunities for fishing and boating. A boat launch and a pier allow for easy accessibility to the waterways. Anglers will find excellent fishing with abundant catches of bass, perch, sunfish and catfish. Camping: Sixty-three campsites are available for trailer or tent camping, thirty of which feature electric hook-ups. Dump station is available for trailer use.
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View from highway
Driving West.
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Access to emergency call box

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Point of Information
Toll bridge crossing Chesapeake Bay - WM Preston JR Memorial Bridge. The Chesapeake Bay covers 2,500 square miles and is the largest estuary in North America.
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Access to emergency call box

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View from highway
View from highway driving West.
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Access to emergency call box

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View from highway
Driving West.
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Exit 32 - Ocean Drive
Access to Sandy Point State Park and Sandy Point Shoal Lighthouse - North of the highway. Sandy Point State Park is a 786 acre park on the Chesapeake Bay. This park offers an array of recreational activities. These include swimming, fishing, crabbing, boating and windsurfing.
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Exit 2 - Cape St. Claire Road
Access to Highway #179 - South of the highway.
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Exit 28 - Bay Dale Drive
Access to Old Mill Bottom Road to city of Baltimore. Services, gas and diesel - off highway.
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Exit 27B - Ritchie Road
Access to Highway #2 North to Severna Park and community of Arnold. Access to Anne Arundel Community College - North of the highway.
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Exit 27A
Access to Highway #450 South. Access to the U.S. Navel Academy - South of the highway.
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Access to Exit 24A and 24B

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Point of Information
Crossing the Severn River. Note: Currently on the Severn River Bridge Bluestar Memorial Highway.
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Exit 24B

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Access to city of Annapolis
Access to Highway #70. Access to the state capital historical center and St. John's College.
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Exit 23A - Jennifer Road
Access to Highway #2 South to communities of Birdsville, Mount Harmony and Prince Frederick. Access to Highway #450 West to city of Crofton - North of the highway.
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Exit 23B
Access to Highway #178 North to community of Crownsville. Access to Highway #450 to community of Oak Court.
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Junction of I-97
North to city of Baltimore. Exit 22. Access to Highway #665 South to communities of Bay Bridge, Highland Beach and Thomas Point. Highway #50 continues West to Washington, D.C. Start/Finish of Highway Travel Guide. - S&e