Chesapeake Beach  is in Southern Maryland. Along with North Beach, it forms a seaside community that saw its heyday before the building of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, and the resulting competition with Ocean City, but may be experiencing a comeback.
Maryland Route 260's eastern terminus is at the Chesapeake Bay in Chesapeake Beach. Coming from Washington, D.C., Route 4 will get you from the Beltway to MD-260. Coming from Annapolis, head south on Route 2. From the Baltimore Beltway (I-695) take MD-301 S to MD-4 S. At the terminus of MD-
From Washington’s Capital Beltway (I-95/495), take Route 4 south into Calvert County. Take the Route 260 ramp to the Beaches. See ALL below. From the Baltimore Beltway (I-695), take Route 301 south to Route 4 south into Calvert County. Take the Route 260 ramp to the Beaches. See ALL below.
From Annapolis, take Route 2 south to Route 260 east (left). See ALL below. From Southern Maryland, take Routes 2/4 north to Sunderland. When Routes 2/4 split, take Route 2 north to Route 260 east (right). See ALL below. ALL follow Route 260 until it ends at the Chesapeake Bay. Turn left and go north approximately 0.6 mile.
A must for Sunday visitors is a stop at the Bayside History Museum, 9006 Dayton Avenue, from 1PM–4PM. The many exhibits detail the history of the Northern Calvert/Southern Anne Arundel Counties’ Chesapeake Bay communities. Arrangements for special events/group tours can be made by calling 410-495-8386.
Don’t miss the free summer concerts held the second Saturday of the month from June – August and our annual Bayfest held the fourth weekend in August where an array of crafters show off their talents.
You’ll find great Shopping: Antique shops, Fine arts gallery, Novelty shops, Gift shops, Flower shop, Candy store All shopping and restaurants are within walking distance of the pier, boardwalk and beach.
Herrington Harbour Inn Rt. 261, 7161 Lake Shore Drive Rose Haven, MD 20714 800-213-9438 • 410-741-5100 • 301-855-8399