The popular boating destination on the Chesapeake Bay has recently gained a few more perks. Previously, the state park sported ‘No Trespassing’ signs on much of the green space beyond the beaches. Now, those signs are removed, and there are more than 300 acres of land open to the public from Thursday to Sunday throughout the summer. There are campsites, lush greenery, beaches, and more than 5 miles of hiking trails on the island.
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