Bivalve Wharf is located in the town of Bivalve, about 20 minutes from Salisbury via Nanticoke Road. Just past the Westside Fire Department is Bivalve Wharf Road and at the end of the street is a fishing pier known as Bivalve Wharf. The narrow pier extends out into the Nanticoke River and is frequently used by locals for fishing and crabbing. Types of fish commonly caught in the river include perch, pickerel, catfish, largemouth bass, and rockfish (striped bass). So pack up your rod and reel and head down to Bivalve Wharf next time you’re looking for a good fishing spot.
This park was funded in part by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Program Open Space Grants.
General AmenititesPublic Restroom
Current Programs & News
Pirate's Wharf Historical Study Released
Through a mini-grant from the Lower Eastern Shore Heritage Area Council, the County hired a consultant to develop the story of Pirate’s Wharf. - Read More
Kids Klub Summer Escape
Registration is open for Kids Klub Summer Escape. Campers explore a unique theme each week packed with activities, games and more. - Read More