Is your property on the water? Then there’s a shoreline to explore! The Chesapeake Bay has 11,684 miles of shoreline, including tidal wetlands and islands. That’s more shoreline than the entire West Coast of the United States! The shoreline is where we’ll find the most interesting animals only found on the Eastern Shore.
Backyard Adventure Tours with Eastern Shore Experience
On the shore, you’d be surprised what you can discover right in your own backyard. Known for its waterfront vacation homes and large estates, many local and rental properties on the Eastern Shore are surrounded by the beautiful nature and give us the perfect place for to explore. In a customized Backyard Adventure, Eric will come to you and bring everything you need for a backyard adventure.
What will we discover?
From identifying seasonal and edible plants to learning all about the wildlife big and small, we’ll show you how to really explore your backyard like a local. No matter what time of year, birds are always soaring and creatures are always scurrying, so there is always magic to be found. No matter what time of year, a Backyard Adventure tour is a once-in-lifetime experience on the Eastern Shore.
Adventure Tour Details
Price: Starting at $300
Group Size: Up to 6 People
(including children and adults)
Time: Approximately 2 hours
Location: Your Rental Property
(within 20 miles of St. Michaels, MD)
Perfect For: Families, Kids, All Ages, No Experience Needed.
*Level of physical activity will depend on your customized experience.
Other Backyard Adventure Tour Ideas
If there’s a dock, there’s wildlife. We’ll bring the gear you need to see crabs, minnows and other fun creatures that live under and around the dock on your property. We may even find a seahorse! I can’t wait to teach you all about our famous bay residents, blue crabs and oysters. If you want, we can even catch, cook and teach you how to eat them!
Did you know almost half of the state of Maryland is covered in forests? There is so much to explore on the edge of the woodlands, a place that rarely gets disturbed by humans. It’s where nature really comes alive. We’ll identify plant life, bugs, lizards and maybe even find a snake or another unique animal that lives in the woods. No matter how big or small, your woodland area is full of incredible wildlife just waiting to be discovered.