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Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge

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Lovely big wildlife refuge with several walking trails

A bit out of the way, out side Rock Hall, Eastern Neck is a hidden gem. There are several walking... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
hutch08
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Bucks County, PA
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We have been coming to Rockhall annually for 8 years and somehow never knew this gem of a place was... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Elizabeth B
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Sterling, Virginia
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1730 Eastern Neck Rd, Rock Hall, MD 21661-1815
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Reviewed 4 days ago

A bit out of the way, out side Rock Hall, Eastern Neck is a hidden gem. There are several walking trails, a fishing bridge when you come in, several blinds for watching water life. Well worth a visit

Thank hutch08
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We have been coming to Rockhall annually for 8 years and somehow never knew this gem of a place was here. Beautiful scenic trails and drives. Fantastic bird watching. And the butterfly gardens were just inspiring! We will definitely be back next year!

Thank Elizabeth B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a national wildlife refuge located on the Chesapeake Bay outside of the town of Rock Hall. Deer, wild turkeys numerous species of birds including Ospreys and Bald Eagles populate the area. Enjoy recreational areas, hiking trails, butterfly trails,observatory platforms and fishing off the...More

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Reviewed 8 July 2018

Wonderful trails, scenery and bird watching! The Park Head Quarters is and 1900's log cabin and has interesting gifts.

Thank innatmitch
Reviewed 5 July 2018

Natural wildlife, unmolested park where you can watch bald eagles, osprey, and other wildlife. Shout out to the volunteers who donate countless hours to keep the place operational!

Thank Anthony C
Reviewed 3 June 2018

I volunteer at the Eastern Neck bookstore twice a month at which time I tour the Refuge by myself and at my leisire. This time I was a visitor with my wife, daughter and grand kids (10 & 12) on the Sunday of Memorial Day...More

Thank Hokie67
Reviewed 28 May 2018

We were there on Memorial Day weekend. It was about 90 degrees and humid. The birds had enough sense to hunker down somewhere. All we saw were red wings. The museum was minimal. The staff was quite helpful and friendly.

1  Thank Robert F
Reviewed 6 March 2018

Hard to rate mid-winter - except easy to get around (doubt it's easy in Spring/Fall), nice viewing points, well-marked trails - ea relaxing view of diverse waterfowl in an historic area.

Thank thecommissioner41
Reviewed 4 March 2018

Driving through the center of Rock Hall you begin to feel the warmth and comfort of a small town. As a companion once described it, "Mayberry on the Water". With an open mind, the good old days in an original fishing village can readily take...More

1  Thank Marty H
Reviewed 15 January 2018

A hidden gem on the Eastern Shore - perfect for observing the migration of waterfowl. We watched 5(!!!!!) Bald Eagles flying and hunting over the visitor's center.

Thank trud836
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