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The Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland

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  The Lower Shore is comprised of three counties - Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester Counties in Maryland.  

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The Lower Eastern Shore of MarylandThe Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland - a great place to visit, work and live.

The history of the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland reveals a web of closely related stories of diverse cultures including Native Americans, Colonists and African Americans who sustained their lives by farming the rich soil and harvesting the treasures of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries.

Farmers and Waterman, and the prosperity they achieved in supplying food to major cities in the United States  dominate the last century's history of the Lower Shore.  Famous natives such as J. Millard Tawes (governor of Maryland), Harry Clifton "Curly" Byrd (President of University of Maryland), Lem and Steve Ward (famous decoy carvers) and William "Judy" Johnson (first African American in the Baseball Hall of Fame) were all descendants of watermen and farmers.

While the rural cultural is still dominant, the Lower Shore has more recently become a destination for travelers, retirees, students, young families and vacationers.

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The Lower Shore has some of the most affordable housing in the State.  Prices for property are reasonable and waterfront property, by comparison ranks in the top for affordability in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Golfing, fishing, hunting, cycling, boating, hiking, crabbing, camping, sun-bathing, swimming, bird-watching, canoeing and kayaking are just some of the recreational opportunities available in all three counties on the Lower Shore. The Lower Shore has three state parks and its own professional baseball team - the Delmarva Shorebirds.

Culture and Entertainment
Shopping Malls, outlet malls, antique stores as well as numerous specialty and gift shops are prevalent on the Lower Shore.  There are also over 100 restaurants, several movie theater complexes, a Civic Center for concerts and cultural events, as well as 15 museums interpreting the culture of the Lower Shore.  The Lower Shore also hosts cultural events such as The Skipjack Races, The National Hard Crab Derby and the J. Millard Tawes Crab and Clambake.

Educational Opportunities
The Lower Shore has two Universities - Salisbury University and The University of Maryland Eastern Shore -  and a thriving Community College - Wor-Wic Tech.

Proximity to Larger Cities
Within three hours one can drive from the Lower Shore to Baltimore, Annapolis, Washington DC, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Dover and Wilmington.


Links to more information about the Lower Eastern Shore

Crisfield Area Chamber of Commerce
City of Crisfield
The Lower Shore
Somerset County
Worcester County

Beach to Bay Photo Gallery (Baltimore Sun)



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