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#3 of 14 things to do in Snow Hill
A Hike Deep into the Pocomoke Forest
We actually decided to do a solo by ourselves 5 mile hike on the pretty deserted Green Chandler trail. It was one of the eeriest hikes I have ever done. First let me say we didn't see a soul, but we...read full review
One of the best kept secrets on the shore 👍
Excellent state run campground. As a nice boat docks and a swimming pool. Close to Snow Hill Maryland and a wonderful cabaret style restaurant call the blue dog café.read full review
Affordable cabin close to beaches
Stayed in a 6 person mini cabin for 4 nights. Cabin was nice. Air conditioned, 5 outlets for charging devices, had okay 3g service with Verizon. Bathrooms were really nice, probably the best in any...read full review
Pocomoke River State Park: Milburn Landing
3036 Nassawango Rd, Pocomoke City, MD 21851(410) 632-2566
With 14,753 wooded acres in the Southwestern section of Worcester County, between Snow Hill and Pocomoke City, the state forest is famous for its stand of loblolly pine and for its cypress swamps which border the Pocomoke River. Pocomoke means black water, and there is good fishing in these waters. The river originates in the Great Cypress Swamp in Delaware and flows southwesterly 45 miles to the Chesapeake Bay.
The park's combination of swamp and upland offers a great variety of plant and animal life, including white dogwood and pink laurel in the spring, river otters and bald eagles, and over 50 species of fish.