Choptank River Fishing Piers

Choptank River Fishing Piers


Location:Adjacent to MD 50 at the Frederick C Malkus Bridge near Cambridge. A 0.5-mile pier extends south from Talbot County and a 0.75-mile pier extends north from Dorchester County.
Facilities:Lighted fishing piers (é).
Activities:Saltwater fishing and crabbing; also picnicking, bicycling, walking, jogging, sunbathing.
Special Features:The piers are the two ends of an old bridge over the Choptank River. The Talbot County side includes 25 acres of land extending upriver from the pier, with a walking path along the Choptank River and Bolingbroke Creek. The piers are open for fishing 24 hours a day year round.
Address:29761 Bolingbroke Point Dr
Trappe, MD 21673

Phone:410-820-1668
Web: www.dnr.state.md.us/publiclands/eastern/choptankpier.html
Size: 24 acres.

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