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Rock Hall, Md can easily be reached from Baltimore, DC, Annapolis, NJ, Del and Philadelphia. Travelers will revel in the unspoiled beauty and tranquility the small Eastern Shore town has to offer. Rock Hall is rich in colonial history as well as traditional Chesapeake lore. There is a tight community of locals who know how to share the fun with non-locals, affectionately known as "Chicken-Neckers". Opportunities abound for boaters, fishermen, sightseers, birdwatchers and romantics. The town of Rock Hall is also a haven for musicians, poets, artists, novelists and playwrights whose work is often featured at many of the annual events. Sailors will find an excellent sailing school as well as captained and bareboat charters available. A very popular attraction is the sunset sailing cruise provided by Blue Crab Chesapeake Charters departing from the award winning Watermans Crab House. Visitors should inquire about activities from their innkeepers or the Visitor's Center located in Oyster Court.