This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$100 - $200 per night 3 night min stay
$175 - $250 per night 2 night min stay
$100 - $225/ per night
$125 - $195 per night 3 night min stay
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- Waterfront Luxury, Natural Beauty, Peace and Tranquility 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Sleeps 6 Crisfield #368829ha
Crisfield Travel Tips
Crisfield Vacation Rentals Are in the Crab Capital of the World
Crisfield is a quaint community on the Chesapeake Bay at the mouth of the Little Annemessex River on Tangier Sound. It is just the place to enjoy a quiet vacation surrounded by great places to visit. Known as the "Last Gem of Chesapeake Bay," it is a friendly place, far from the bustle and pace of city life. This waterfront community hosts many annual events and its seafood industry has a long history.
Getting to Crisfield Vacation Houses in Maryland
The Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is an 88-mile drive from Crisfield and the BaltimoreWashington Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) is 94 miles away. From there, it is an easy drive to Crisfield along the scenic Hwy 50.
Things to Do from Your Maryland Vacation Rentals
For those who enjoy the great outdoors, a Crisfield vacation rental makes the perfect base for walking, fishing and wildlife spotting. Crisfield has one of the largest marinas on the East Coast and Somers Cove Marina is the place to arrange boat charters and fishing trips. Trophy rockfish, flounder, croaker, trout and other species can all be caught in these prime fishing waters.
Crisfield has a golf course, three museums and plenty of local shops and restaurants. It hosts several events, including the National Hard Crab Derby on Labor Day Weekend and a Freedom Fest on July 4th. The Gov. J. Millard Tawes Crab and Clam Bake draws visitors from miles around on the third Wednesday in July, along with the Soft Shell Spring Fair and the Terrapin Sands Fish Fry events.
To learn more of the town's history, the Crisfield Historical Museum and Visitor Center has a good collection of artifacts and old photographs. From here, you can book a place on the Port of Crisfield walking tour. This escorted tour includes an interesting visit to the local crab and oyster processing factory to see skilled locals pick crabs and shuck oysters with amazing skill and speed. History buffs will also enjoy seeing the 17th-century architecture and artifacts of the town. Local smithies can still be seen making oyster tongs, clam rakes and other equipment for the local fishermen.
Crisfield Lodging Is Surrounded by Plenty of Great Places to Visit
The Janes Island State Park heads the list of local places to visit. It is located on the Annemessex River and is ideal for hiking, swimming, fishing, boating and picnicking. There are miles of water trails in the state park which are popular for canoeing and kayaking. Cruises to Tangier Island and Smith Island are popular with passengers who wish to visit these remote island communities for the day.
Reasons to Choose Crisfield Vacation Rentals
Those wanting to enjoy the community spirit of Crisfield will feel very at home in any of the Crisfield vacation rentals. They provide the perfect option for families wanting a relaxing vacation and they make the ideal base for exploring the area as you please. Free from restrictive hotel breakfast times and noisy room neighbors, vacation homes are very spacious with plenty of bathrooms and bedrooms to please everyone. Many vacation rentals have great waterfront views or private docks from which you can enjoy fishing, kayaking or just watching the sunset.
What to Expect Weather-Wise at Maryland Vacation Rentals
Crisfield has typical East Coast weather with hot summers and cold winters, although the Chesapeake Bay waters moderate the temperatures. Expect average daytime highs of 90 F (32 C) in July and temperatures below freezing in the winter. The spring and fall months are ideal for visiting Maryland, with plenty of sunshine, few showers and moderate humidity.