Cradled by Breton Bay, the Potomac River and St. Clements Bay, this 776-acre property of woodlands, wetlands, and agricultural fields offers low-impact recreational opportunities such as biking, walking, hunting, birding and fishing. Capt. John Smith explored the waters surrounding the property in 1608. Newtowne was the first settlement in the Maryland province after St. Mary's City.
Hunting Information: Hunting on Sundays will not be permitted. Goose field blind sites are open Saturdays, Mondays, and Thursdays only. Hunting reservations: A free annual Southern Region Permit and daily reservations will be required for all hunters. Call for more info.