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By Land or by Sea

It’s no secret that the east coast has some of the most unique (and some of the tastiest) food culture to be seen in the United States. When visiting St. Michaels, Maryland, be sure to sample both the land and sea while taking in the beauty of our one of a kind bay view. Read more >

A Change of Scenery

For those looking to explore more of the Chesapeake Bay Area during their stay in St. Michaels, look no further than a trip to the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. Read more >

Skip out to the Bay

If you’re beginning to itch for an adventure out on the bay, look no further than Skipjack Tours. Read more >

Browse the Wonders of Talbot Street

Sometimes, the best part of a vacation is finding the perfect item to commemorate it. Perhaps the best place to find a little something special is in St. Michaels’ shopping district, located along Talbot Street, less than an hour from the Harbourtowne Resort. Read more >

Fresh Finds

Now that spring has arrived, warmer temperatures are back along with our favorite Saturday morning tradition: the Farmers Market. Read more >

Gone Cruisin'

Spring is on its way to St. Michaels, and that means that visitors can hit the water, as Patriot Cruises are back open for the 2016 season! A replica of 1930’s steamship, "The Patriot" offers historical scenic cruises along the Miles River, with funny and knowledgeable guides providing the local history. Read more >

Tour Tilghman Island

Now that things are starting to thaw, consider heading outdoors to take a day trip to Tilghman Island. Just twenty minutea from the Harbourtowne Resort, over the drawbridge, Tilghman Island is a quiet, peaceful town with beautiful historic areas and even more beautiful views.  Read more >

Light the Way

If you’re a history buff, then you’ve got to check out the Hooper Strait Lighthouse, a part of Saint Michaels history with a unique and interesting story, a screw-pile lighthouse that was built directly on the water and had to be traveled to and from by boat.  Read more >

A Taste of Italy

While you might be surprised to find a piece of Italy in St Michaels, you will nonetheless be delight by Simpatico, a hidden gem of an Italian specialty store that features unique and authentic items directly from Italy, including food, wines, ceramics, linens, jewelry and more. Read more >

Winning Winery

The chilly weather has begun to settle in around St. Michaels, but don't worry, for visitors looking to warm up, there's plenty of indoor activities to check out. We recommend the St. Michaels Winery, located less than ten minutes from the Harbourtowne Resort. Read more >

Halloween Happenings

'Tis the season to be spooky and St. Michaels has plenty of fun Fall and Halloween-themed events planned throughout the month of October, including the St. Michaels Scarecrow Contest, from the 17th through the 26th. Read more >

Paddle Out

St. Michaels is a town with a strong seafaring heritage, and you can take part in it by paddling out for a day on the water. Check out Shore Pedal and Paddle for rentals of paddleboards, kayaks and even bicycles, if you'd prefer to keep your exploration on dry land. Read more >

Out and About in the Audubon

If you're in the mood for the great outdoors, it doesn't get much greater than Pickering Creek Audubon Center, a piece of unspoiled nature just a short drive from our St. Michaels resort. Read more >

Take a Peek at Chesapeake

Just five minutes away from our St. Michaels resort is the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, a must for any fan of nautical history. Read more >

Yo-Ho-Ho and a Bottle of Rum

Maryland has quite a piratical history, so it only seems fitting to visit Lyon Distilling, an extremely-micro rum distillery located less than ten minutes from our St. Michaels resort. Read more >

Set Sail on a Skipjack

If you want to learn more than you ever thought possible about Chesapeake Bay, set sail with Captain Ed Farley aboard the H.M. Krentz, a stunning (and quite seaworthy) authentic skipjack. Read more >