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Atlantic Marinas is ready for day trips! With locations in Pasadena and Arnold, right off of the Magothy River and Patapsco River, Atlantic Marinas is home to 100s of slips. That’s 100s of boats just waiting for adventures! Are you ready to set sail and explore all of the beauty that Maryland has to offer? Check out some of our favorite day trips below. We’re always happy to help you plan your next adventure – feel free to visit us at the office with any questions!

Historic Annapolis – Ego Alley

Relaxing at the City Dock is a great way to unwind. Whether you are there for the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show, to see the amazing firework display on Fourth of July, or just wanting a nice place to dine and spend the day, Annapolis has something for everyone. 

St. Michaels 

Located in Talbot County, St. Michaels is a fantastic destination to go to by boat! There are many activities to do in St. Michaels such as taking a tour of the harbor, kayaking or paddle boarding on their waterfront trails, or just having dinner with family. Many places in St. Michaels are pet friendly as well, so bring along your furry friends for a nice time! There are multiple festivals that happen year-round, so be sure to check out what the town has planned! 

Rock Hall

Rock Hall is on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. It is home to a working fleet of oyster and crab boats. Enjoy amazing seafood at several of their waterfront restaurants, or visit shops that have local vendors and support small businesses in the area! With a handful of marinas to choose from, you can even tie-up for the night and have a great, relaxing evening. 

Oxford, MD

Known for having the best scenic harbor towns in Maryland, visit Oxford on the Tread Avon River. This quiet, little town has plenty of bed and breakfasts that you can relax and recharge in, if you want an overnight adventure! Take a trip on the oldest privately-operated ferry in the United States, or hang out at the nice town park for a picnic. The Oxford Museum hosts a collection of artifacts shared by local families; enjoy the history of this small town by paying it a visit!

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