Just a Few Miles Away,
But A World Apart...

Welcome to Dorchester! Delight in endless waterviews and stunning sunsets along our 1,700 miles of shoreline. Savor Maryland crab fresh from local waters. Discover stories of Harriet Tubman and Annie Oakley. All less than an hour from the Bay Bridge.


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Directions
Located on Maryland's Eastern Shore, Dorchester County is within a convenient drive from many major cities. So buckle up and set out for a weekend retreat in the Heart of the Chesapeake!

From Annapolis, MD

Take US Route 50 East and cross the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Continue on Route 50 East to Cambridge.


From Baltimore, MD

I-695 towards Key Bridge/Glen Burnie. Take Exit 4 onto Route 97 towards Annapolis/Bay Bridge for 18 miles. Take ramp onto US Route 50 [US 301] towards Annapolis/Bay Bridge and cross the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Continue on Route 50 East to Cambridge.


From Washington, DC

Take New York Ave NW, which turns into US Route 50 East. Stay on this route across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, and continue eastbound to Cambridge.


From Wilmington, DE

Take US 13 Business South. Continue south on US 301/US 13. Turn right at exit 136 onto ramp towards SR 299/US 13/Odessa/Middletown. Continue until you see signs for US 301 [SR 299]. Take ramp to SR 213; turn left. At first traffic light, turn left onto US Route 50 East and continue on this route to Cambridge.


From Philadelphia, PA

Get on I-95 towards International Airport. Turn right at exit 11 towards I-495/Port of Wilmington/Baltimore. At exit 3, stay on I-495. At exit 4A turn right onto ramp towards SR-1/SR-7/Christiana Mall Road. Continue to US 13 towards SR-1/Dover/Seashore points. Continue south on US 301/US 13. Turn right at exit 136 onto ramp towards SR 299/US 13/Odessa/Middletown. Continue until you see signs for US 301 [SR 299]. Take ramp to SR 213; turn left. At first traffic light, turn left onto US Route 50 East and continue on this route to Cambridge.


From Richmond, VA

Take I-95 towards I-64/I-95/Charottesville/Washington; merge onto I-64 [I-95]. Keep right onto I-495 north towards Baltimore. At exit 19A, take ramp to right onto US Route 50 East, towards Annapolis. Continue eastbound across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and onto Cambridge.


From New York, NY

Take I-78 to I-95 South. Road name changes to New Jersey Turnpike/US-40/I-295. Continue until turn off for US 13/US 301 toward Baltimore/Dover/Norfolk. Keep right onto N. DuPont Parkway. Merge onto US 301/US 13 south. Road name changes to SR-1; stay on SR-1 south at exit 148. Turn right at exit 136 onto ramp towards SR 299/US 13/Odessa/Middletown. Continue until you see signs for US 301 [SR 299]. Take ramp to SR 213; turn left. At first traffic light, turn left onto US Route 50 East and continue on this route to Cambridge.


From Pittsburgh, PA

From I-376 [US 30] towards Monroeville, turn right at exit 15 towards I-76 PA Turnpike. Keep right to stay on ramp towards I-76/Harrisburg/exits 7-39. I-76 name changes to I-70, continue to exit 161 onto I-70 Conn. At exit Conn US-30, take ramp onto US-30 [Lincoln Highway]. Take left ramp onto I-70. Turn right at exit 91B/91A, towards I-695/I-95/Baltimore/Towson. Take right ramp to onto I-695/Baltimore Outer Loop towards Glen Burnie. Take Exit 4 onto Route 97 towards Annapolis/Bay Bridge for 18 miles. Take ramp onto US Route 50 [US 301] towards Annapolis/Bay Bridge and cross the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Continue on Route 50 East to Cambridge.


From the South

Enter the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel/US 13 and cross into Maryland.  Near the town of Salisbury, turn onto US Route 50 West, towards Cambridge. Enter Cambridge, and turn left at Maryland Avenue, the last light before the Choptank River bridge. Follow into downtown Cambridge.