IWW Delaware River to Chesapeake Bay

Description:

Primarily a commercial navigation project, although the canal is also open to recreational boats, and public access is allowable along canal banks. There is a single boat launch facility maintained by the Corps, as well as six fishing piers along the canal banks. There is also a Canal Museum at Chesapeake City which provides visitors with a glimpse of the canal's early days.

Directions:

Phone:

(301) 885-5622

Email:

Address:

Chesapeakecity, MD 21915

Activities:

Organization:

USACE - US Army Corps of Engineers

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