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Great place to visit and is a real worth while adventure.

If you live near by I highly suggest making a weekend trip to this place. Toll is $4 but other than... read more

Reviewed October 26, 2015
jaian c
Love just being in the Kent Narrows area. It has everything.

We often travel to this area for a quick overnight stay that is on the water without having to... read more

Reviewed July 14, 2015
Theresa S
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Charles Town
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Welcome to Kent Island, Maryland our site brings residents and visitors alike a complete island guide with news, classifieds, real estate listings, and dining, lodging, and business information. Explore! Kent Island is the largest island in the Chesapeake Bay and was the location of the first European settlement in what is now Maryland. From its earliest inhabitants to its present-day status as the gateway to the Eastern Shore, Kent Island has played a vital role in the history of Maryland.
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Oct 26, 2015
“Great place to visit and is a real worth while adventure.”
Jul 14, 2015
“Love just being in the Kent Narrows area. It has everything.”
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Reviewed October 26, 2015

If you live near by I highly suggest making a weekend trip to this place. Toll is $4 but other than that, the view while driving on the bridge is simply amazing. Go on a nice sunny day. If possible visit the Trepan Nature Park,...More

1  Thank jaian c
Reviewed July 14, 2015

We often travel to this area for a quick overnight stay that is on the water without having to drive 5 hours to the beach. We normally stay at one of the local hotels that are within walking distance to great food and great entertainment....More

7  Thank Theresa S
Reviewed January 27, 2015 via mobile

We visited for a weekend getaway from the snow of Pa. We were looking at a boat to buy and were pleasantly surprised how nice and helpful people were here. Really everyone we ran into was friendly, it makes a difference and you quickly pick...More

7  Thank MaryJanetravles
Reviewed July 6, 2014 via mobile

I have lived near Kent Island most of my life and never knew there was so much to see. Yesterday we went to the James E Kirwan Museum in Chester Md on Dominion Rd. It was like stepping back into my grandparents farm. The tour...More

6  Thank Richard V
Reviewed June 21, 2014

We stayed near the Cloverfields Marina and went to the beach there. The bike/walking trail that goes the length of the island is lovely, as is the park at the end of the island near the Narrows Bridge. Lots of places to relax and enjoy...More

9  Thank MargaretBenefiel
Reviewed May 28, 2014

We have made many trips to this beautiful island and my family and I enjoy it every time. We spent the Memorial day holiday at the HGI and had dinner at the Bridges restaurant. We stopped off at Metapeake beach and cooled off at hotels...More

8  Thank Dslunlimited
Reviewed October 16, 2013

We were in Kent Island for a wedding. We rented a beach house which made the experience even better. It's about an hr away from DCA airport. Definitely account for morning traffic if you are catching an early flight. Got the opportunity to cross the...More

8  Thank World T
Reviewed September 7, 2013

Kent Island has something for everyone. Easy to reach from a number of metropolitan areas, but mentally a million miles away. Recommend you stay in one of the very convenient hotels (we like the Hilton Garden Inn) and park the car for the duration. More...More

7  Thank Tipflex
Reviewed July 3, 2013

From Stevensville to Grasonville; From Romancoke to Love Point; Kent Island has public piers for fishing and crabbing, kayak rentals, nearby wildlife preserves, plenty of restaurants (where TripAdvisor can be VERY helpful), cross-island biking and jogging trail and lots more.

7  Thank travel8519
Reviewed August 30, 2012

Kent Island, MD is a delightful destination! There are numerous restaurants, such as Annie's (world's best BLT), The Bridges (best view) and the best kept sushi secret in Maryland, Cafe Sado! Aside from the wonderful waterfront views, there is an amazing bike trail that winds...More

10  Thank Ted J
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