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Home > Visit a Gateway > Marshy Point Park
Marshy Point Park - Baltimore, MD
Activities:
  • The exhibit hall features a living food chain with aquariums of underwater plants, clams, grass shrimp, minnows, fish and turtles. Using decoys and taxidermy specimens, ducks, a tundra swan and native mammals are on display.
  • Family oriented nature programs are held fifty weekends each year.
  • Chesapeake Camp is a day camp for children aged nine to eleven with seven one-week sessions.
  • Guided canoe trips are offered April through December.
  • A monthly evening lecture series features outstanding specialists on the Chesapeake Bay.
Birding and Wildlife Viewing Educational Programs Hiking Canoeing / Kayaking
Pet policy: No pets are allowed.
Facilities: The Marshy Point Nature Center provides restrooms, an exhibit hall, an auditorium and a large deck with picnic tables. There are four trails, the longest one is a 1/2 mile walk to Iron Point where our canoe trips are launched.
Accessibility: The nature center was designed to meet ADA requirements. One trail loop is built to accommodate wheel chairs.

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