Tyaskin Park is one of those hidden treasures in Wicomico County that will quickly become a favorite spot to anyone who discovers it. The park is about 15 miles from Salisbury, tucked away at the end of Tyaskin Road on the Nanticoke River. A popular spot for local residents, the park has a picnic pavilion at the water’s edge, a small beach area which provides water access, and a large pier perfect for fishing or crabbing.
Visitors are able to enjoy the park today thanks to the generosity of Tyaskin residents Mattie Culver and Earnest Larmore. The couple gave the property to the county in 1942, wishing to share the beauty and tranquility of their land with others. Today, nearly 70 years later, these characteristics remain the defining features of Tyaskin Park.
This park was funded in part by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Program Open Space Grants.
Watercraft & SwimmingBoating - Non-Motorized Access,Kayak/Canoe Put-In
Group Use / PicnicGrill,Pavilion Shelter,Picnic Tables
General AmenititesPets Permitted
Current Programs & News
Show off your skills on the court at the Shore Showdown, a pickleball tournament for players of all ages and abilities. - Read More
Spend the evening at a community park during Summerfest, a FREE event series for kids focused on providing cool, unique themed experiences. - Read More
Recreation & Parks Department 75th Anniversary Celebration Dinner
Our Recreation & Parks department is celebrating its 75th anniversary with a celebration dinner on Sept. 11. - Read More