Corker's Creek Black Water Canoe Trail
Pocomoke River State Forest & Park, Shad Landing
This 1.5-mile self-guided canoe trail along Corker's Creek takes approximately 1 to 1.5 hours to complete. A brochure describing the natural environment along the water route is available, making the adventure educational and informative for either the novice or experienced canoeist. Canoe and kayak rentals are available.
Goat Island Nature Trail
View Byrd Park and Snow Hill from one side of this uninhabited island and a typical cypress swamp on the other. This trail is accessible by boat or canoe on the northeast end of the island. As you hike this quarter-mile trail, observe the variety of birds and plant life that changes seasonally.
Nassawango Creek Canoe Trail
Red House Road
The lower part of Nassawango Creek from Red House Road to the Pocomoke River is an easy paddle for canoeists or kayakers. More than 3,000 acres along Nassawango Creek have been preserved by the Nature Conservancy, which makes this 2.5-mile ride bordered by bald cypress forests a beautiful one. For a shorter trip - 1.5 miles - take out at Nassawango Road.
Porter's Crossing to Snow Hill Canoe Trail
Porters Crossing Road
This 5.5-mile canoe trail on the Pocomoke River is relatively narrow and easy to paddle. Cypress trees, reeds and other still water plants line the dark waters and decorate the scenery. Heron, egrets and turtles are often seen wading in the river's swampy reaches. The densely wooded banks provide a cool shade canopy overhead.
Canoe & Kayak Rentals & Portage ServiceAyers Creek Adventures
8628 Grey Fox Lane
Berlin Maryland 21811
Pocomoke River Canoe Company
Snow Hill, Maryland
1116 North Salisbury Blvd; Salisbury, Maryland
Shad Landing Concessions
Pocomoke River State Forest & Park
Pocomoke City, Maryland
SuperFun Eco Tours
107 West Street; Berlin, Maryland 21811
410-656-9453 or 888-41-KAYAK
Tangier Sound Outfitters
Kayak Rentals-Nature Tours-Lessons-Shuttles
27582 Farm Market Road; Marion, Maryland 21838
Locations along our Coastal Bays, their tributaries, & the Pocomoke River