Mardela Boat Ramp
Location500 Bridge Street
Mardela Springs, MD 21837
Hours Of OperationSunrise to Sunset
The Mardela Boat Ramp is located on Bridge Street in Mardela Springs, about 15 minutes from Salisbury. The boat ramp provides access to Barren Creek, which winds through Mardela Springs, eventually meeting with the Nanticoke River. Barren Creek is a good spot for fishing, kayaking, and canoeing. From the ramp, boaters and paddlers can go under the bridge and follow the creek a few miles through scenic Mardela until reaching Route 50. Going to the left, away from the bridge, leads down a longer winding path towards the Nanticoke River. In either direction, boaters and paddlers are sure to enjoy the scenery and wildlife of the Eastern Shore.
This park was funded in part by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Program Open Space Grants.
Watercraft & SwimmingBoating - Motorized Access,Boating - Non-Motorized Access,Kayak/Canoe Put-In
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