Calvert Water Trails Map Helps You Plan Your Next Big Boating Adventure






A Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) press release (2018-06-19) announced that DNR and Calvert County Parks and Recreation have created a new water trails guide that map the County’s waterways and water access sites. The guide was created in collaboration with the Calvert Nature Society, Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum, Patuxent Riverkeeper, Chesapeake Beach, North Beach, and Solomons Island. From the press release:

“The development of these paddling routes expands the statewide network of water trails to almost 800 miles, and adds to the number and variety of water trail guides for Southern Maryland,” Maryland Natural Resources Program Director Lisa Gutierrez said. “The new map will assist boaters, canoers, kayakers and paddlers in Calvert County and beyond.” …

“The new water trails guide will enhance outdoor experiences for area residents, attract visitors to explore Calvert County, and help spread the messages of environmental stewardship and safe boating,” Calvert County Natural Resources Division Chief Karyn Molines said.

The waterproof map is available for $3.00 (covers processing and postage) through the DNR store and other locations.

Useful Links

Calvert County Water Trail Adventures Map

Learn more about the important role of water recreation at the 2018 MACo Summer Conference panel “Getting Your Feet Wet: Big Benefits of Water Recreation.” The Conference runs from August 15-18 at the Roland Powell Convention Center in Ocean City, Maryland.

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