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All reviews red trail calvert cliffs shark teeth mile hike day trip small beach tree roots fossil hunting closed due porta potties nice walk beach area easy hike chesapeake bay fish long hike small sharks
Fun swim area with archaeolgical finds along the cliff areas. The hike is quite a ways however and not recommended for those with joint problems. Allow time for the trail hike. Its over a mile from the parking lot through wooded terrain.
If you have small children throw the stroller in the trash and either carry them, or throw them in a carrier.
Also, bring a few shark teeth to throw in front of them if they havent found one and you want to leave.
We stayed overnight at the youth group campsite and explored both the private beach area as well as we hiked the "red trail" which is a 3.6 mile roundtrip hike to the beach with the cliffs. Both beaches have the opportunity to find fossils.
We got to this park at about 7:00am and took the red trail that is about 1.8 miles long. The trail is a easy walk, sand path, some small wooden plank bridges and a wooden walk way along the swamp, it does goes through the...More
Loved the bay, loved the walk to the bay, loved looking for sharks teeth (even though my bf was the only one who found any). Our plan was to go there for a little bit then to Sandy point but we ended up loving it...More
Went here looking for sharks teeth or other fossils on the beach. A large portion of the beach is closed due to landslides. It makes the available area very small and extremely crowded. It’s a 1.8 mile hike from the parking area to the beach...More
Actually pretty nice, the walk was okay not too difficult but muddy in areas. in those areas would have been nice to just lay a 2x12 down to cross. the beach was closed off. would have been nice for them to mention that before the...More
Great for woodsy photo shots. Love the Red Trail but be careful numerous roots and muddy in areas. Bring a walking stick or grab one that nature provides along the trail. Fossils are very scarce in the area provided. You need to screen in the...More
$7 for out of state cars, a 1.6 mile walk to reach a beach that is maybe 100 feet in length with wall to wall people. the cliffs are closed - but they don't tell you that when they take your money.
The online trail...More
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The closest hotels are in either Prince Frederick or Solomons Island. Both have nice hotels. However, you might want to consider renting a house. There are quite a few rentals. We stayed in one on Long Beach that had an... More
The closest hotels are in either Prince Frederick or Solomons Island. Both have nice hotels. However, you might want to consider renting a house. There are quite a few rentals. We stayed in one on Long Beach that had an uninterrupted view of the bay.
are you going for cliffs?....they aren't worth it...Calvert is 2 miles and no fossils pretty much and the cliff areas are closed all over........Brownie Beach as I know it as is short walk but teeth are as small as the... More
are you going for cliffs?....they aren't worth it...Calvert is 2 miles and no fossils pretty much and the cliff areas are closed all over........Brownie Beach as I know it as is short walk but teeth are as small as the letters I am typing ...and the beach is little...cliff area also closed due to falling .....you want beach for the kids ?....not either