Things To Do
There are many ways to experience the trail and to learn about Smith's historic journeys, the lifestyles of American Indians, and the rich and diverse flora and fauna of the 17th-century Chesapeake Bay. Whether you plan a paddle trip, a sailing excursion, or a drive to the shore for a glimpse of the Bay, there are numerous ways to experience the world of John Smith's Chesapeake. Here are just a few ideas:
For more ideas of things to do, visit www.smithtrail.net and www.baygateways.net to discover the variety of places in the Chesapeake Bay Gateways and Watertrails Network where you can enjoy authentic Chesapeake experiences.
Did You Know?
The Chesapeake Bay provides food, water, cover and nesting areas to 3,600 species of plant and animal life, including more than 300 types fish and 2,700 types of plants.