Enjoy spectacular views of the Chesapeake Bay headwaters! Sandy beaches, marshlands and heavily wooded bluffs rising above the Northeast River. Camping, boating, and swimming are major activities. Several trails meander through the diverse landscape, revealing the great variety of plant and animal life. An easy walking trail to Turkey Point Lighthouse provides a view of the Elk River and the Chesapeake Bay. Family Fun for everyone!
From Baltimore and points South: 1. Take I-95 North to Exit 100 2. Take Exit 100 onto Rt. 272 South towards the town of North East. 3. Follow Rt. 272 South for 14 miles into Elk Neck State Park. From Delaware and points North: 1. Take I-95 South to Exit 100 2. Take Exit 100 onto Rt. 272 South towards the town of North East 3. Follow Rt. 272 South for approximately 14 miles into Elk Neck State Park