Distance from Salisbury Regional Airport: 39 miles
Nestled on the banks of the Choptank River, Cambridge is one of the oldest port towns on the Eastern Shore. Visitors enjoy viewing 18th-century homes and learning about the town’s rich maritime history. Some of the many amenities available:
- Boutiques and galleries
- Dining ranging from causal to French cuisine
- Quaint bed-&-breakfast inns
- Sailing & boating
- Championship golf courses
For more information on Cambridge, visit Choose Cambridge.
Distance from Salisbury Regional Airport:27 miles.
Vacation days are for having fun. And nobody does fun better than Ocean City, MD, ranked as one of the top 25 beaches in the country by Trip Advisor. Enjoy 10 miles of free beach, a world-renowned boardwalk and great accommodations. And so many other activities at or near Ocean City:
- Assateague Island; a barrier island where the famous wild horses roam
- Ocean City’s new Center for the Arts and the Performing Arts Center
- Over 200 places to dine from specialty treats on the boardwalk to our famous Maryland seafood.
- Water sports: water skiing, parasailing, jet skiing, fishing
- The Roland E. Powell Convention Center located on the bay front for meetings and conventions
- 17 Championship golf courses
- Lots of shopping
Find out more, visit www.ococean.com.
Princess Anne Maryland
Distance from Salisbury Regional Airport:17 miles
Princess Anne is the county seat for Somerset County. The town is primarily known for its historic homes and buildings. There are many quaint shops and eateries to be experienced.
Princess Anne is also the home of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES)(hyperlink to UMES website). Historically a black land grant college, it now educates approximately 3,500 students each year, with over 400 international students from 67 countries.
For more information visit Town of Princess Anne.
Sussex County, Delaware
Distance from Salisbury Regional Airport: 15 miles
From beautiful beaches and scenic outdoor trails to family farms and eclectic communities, Sussex County, Delaware, is the perfect blend of lively and laidback lifestyles.
Just minutes from the Salisbury-Ocean City area, Sussex County and its nearly 940 square miles offer plenty to explore that will excite anyone and exceed the greatest expectations. Please visit us and try some of the many activities we offer.
- Relax by the surf
- Tax-free shopping
- Fine dining
- Tastings at local wineries and craft breweries
We invite you to explore our amazing home, nestled here from the beaches to the bay.
Sussex County Economic Development: visit Sussex County/Delaware
Distance from Salisbury Regional Airport:
NASA Wallops Flight Facility – 37 miles
Chincoteaque National Refuge – 47 miles
Located on the northernmost portion of Virginia’s scenic Eastern Shore, Accomack County covers approximately 476 square miles of rich farmland, undisturbed beaches, expanses of marsh and forest, and small towns rich in history and culture. It has miles of shoreline on both the Chesapeake Bay on the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east, constituting one of the largest unspoiled wetlands habitat in the world. Accomack County’s picturesque small towns and villages offer a modern-day refuge to those who seek the serenity of streets lined with Colonial- and Victorian-era homes and storefronts. The towns of Accomack and Onancock are designated State Historic Districts that feature restored Colonial architecture. Recreational opportunities attract fishermen, boaters, and beach-lovers to Accomack County and its pristine barrier islands. Accomack County is home for the NASA Wallops Island Flight Facility and Chincoteaque National Refuge, home of the famous Chincoteaque ponies.
For more information visit
Chincoteaque National Refuge
NASA Wallops Flight Facility