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There are numerous roads that dead-end along the Virginia shore, almost all of which provide foot and boat access to various habitats. This site is composed of a large cordgrass marsh south of the mouth of the Severn River that faces into Chesapeake Bay. It attracts numerous birds that associate with both the shoreline vegetation and the open channel. The simple boat landing allows canoe and kayak access.
From the end of Rt. 657, return to US 17, turn left and drive 4.5 miles to SR 216/Guinea Road. Turn left and continue 3.6 miles to Rt. 649/Maryus Road; turn right and travel 3.0 miles to the road’s end.
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- Site Contact: (540) 899-4209,Robert.Pickett@vdot.virginia.gov
- Access: Free, Daily