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Does anyone know someplace accessable by kayak for looking for seaglass in Chestertown? Where can we put our kayaks in and park the car as well? Thanks!

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This isn't a kayaking spot, but I've heard that the Rock Hall beach is a good place. (The times I've visited, I've been running after my children, and haven't had the leisure to look!) There is parking there.

Also, try looking at the Rock Hall website for kayaking routes. There is a tiny little museum in town called "Tolchester Revisited"...I bet the people there would be able to give you some other leads. Although I've heard that some of the best locations are tightly guarded secrets!

Do post back if you have any luck. I am fascinated by seaglass.

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Here are the best places for seaglass:

-Quaker Neck Landing (take 289/Quaker Neck Rd, then follow the signs). You can put in your kayak, and kayak around. I'm told that if you kayak south there are some beaches along there to look for seaglass, but be sure to watch for "Posted" signs. Some of the property owners aren't fans of seaglass hunters! :)

-Bogle's Wharf on Eastern Neck Island at low tide. Without a doubt, the BEST place for seaglass in the county. You can put in your kayak there, and drive there as well. There's a water trail around the island and I'm sure you'll find plenty of places to pull in and hunt for glass.

--Outside of Rock Hall, Gray's Inn Landing is a nice kayaking spot, but I can't speak to any seaglass places.

Above all I recommend Bogle's Wharf! Beautiful spot on a wildlife refuge so you're free to seaglass hunt and explore!

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I live in Chestertown and wish I had seen your post a lot earlier. There are many places where you can park your car and launch your kayaks. Here is a link to all the places where you can put a kayak into the water. kentcounty.com/recreation/…launchramps.htm

Quaker neck Landing on the Chester River is really nice as is Long Cove.

The season is almost over but there is always next year!

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