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Chapel Point State Park
Maryland State Park
The 828-acre park is located on the Port Tobacco River. It offers a boat ramp, a small, unprotected beach, and access to the Port Tobacco River approximately 4 miles above its confluence with the Potomac. The park is open sunrise to sunset. It has a new paddle-in campsite available by permit only. There is no fee for use of the boat ramp, which is best suited for canoes and kayaks.
The site is included in the publication Water Trails in Charles County. Select this link to download a copy of the map.
Chapel Point is a stop on the Religious Freedom National Scenic Byway.
Chapel Point is also part of the "Find Your Chesapeake" project of the National Park Service and the Chesapeake Conservancy. Click here for details.