Ferry Point Trail is open to hikers and mountain bikers. Leashed pets are permitted along the 1.5-mile of easy path that winds through a woodland of osage orange trees and spills down to the Wye River at Drum Point. At the river, a small beach area provides the perfect picnic lunch spot and watching the watercraft along the very scenic Chesapeake Bay.
Directions: From Annapolis, MD, Take the Bay Bridge, also known as the William Preston Lane, Jr. Memorial Bridge, east across the Chesapeake Bay. This is U.S. Highway 50. Proceed straight for 3 miles past the split with US 301. From US 50, turn right onto Carmichael Road. This road takes you directly into the Natural Resource Management Area. You will travel 5 - 6 miles, crossing Wye Narrows and winding your way right. Ferry Point Road is several miles south on the right. Take this road to trailhead parking.
Elevation: 15 feet
Elevation Gain: Minimal
Distance: 1.5 miles
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