Get Out & Explore
St. George Island and the Lower Potomac Peninsula are great for cycling. The area offers mostly flat terrain, beautiful views and unique places to explore. Want to get out on the water? Explore the nine miles of shoreline and waterways around St. George Island. Follow the water trails from Piney Point Lighthouse, where you'll find a kayak launch.
Don't have a bike or a boat? No problem! The Island Inn & Suites has equipment for their visitors to use.
Stay on the Water
St. George Island's Island Inn and Suites, an Ascend Collection property offers water views from every room. Book a room at The Island Inn & Suites, park your RV or cuddle up in cabin at Dennis Point Marina and Campground or Camp MD, or rent out Island Estate, a beautiful waterside vacation rental.
Dive Into Seafood
Oyster season is year-round in St. Mary's County! Restaurants on and around St. George Island are ready to serve up seafood. Get your fill of oysters and fish at The Ruddy Duck Seafood & Alehouse, the Reluctant Navigator or Chief's, also know for Southern Maryland Stuffed Ham.
Water, Water Everywhere!
The Potomac River has shaped the island's history and people. St. George's location made it a prime target for British pillaging in the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. The river provided the people of St. George Island with livelihoods; watermen and their pull are still a big part of the island today. Share in the experience and enjoy the beauty of fall on the Potomac by booking a fishing trip or pleasure cruise with one of the area's charter boat captains.
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