Snow HillSnow Hill is a small town located in Maryland's Eastern Shore.
By carComing from the west on US-50, take US-13S at Salisbury to the MD-12 exit, and turn left off the ramp to follow MD-12/Snow Hill Rd for fifteen miles to the town.
Coming from the east and Ocean City, take US-50W to US-113S. After fifteen miles, turn slight right on US-113 Business/E Market St.
Inside the small town itself, there is no need to drive, but you will want a car to explore surrounding attractions like Furnace Town and Pocomoke Forest.
Furnace Town Living Heritage MuseumA working museum town on the site of a small early-nineteenth century bog-iron furnace town, with artisans in period costume and the like.
phone: +1 410 632-0515address: 208 W Market StA small museum with a huge collection (obviously not all of it is on display at any given time) of artifacts related to the history of the county. There are frequent temporary exhibits from the collection, as well as from local artists and collectors.
phone: +1 410 632-3971address: 312 N Washington StKayak and canoe rentals, as well as guided kayak/canoe tours, from an easy location in the town center.
phone: +1 410 632-2566address: 3461 Worcester HwyPocomoke has a lot of outdoor activities on offer, notable kayaking/canoeing (including optional guide), a great nature center with a small zoo, a day-use pool ($5/person), hunting, and hiking.
Snow Hill, as a tourist-friendly small town, has a number of small art galleries for a fun browse, on Washington and Green streets, just off Market St downtown.
phone: +1 410 251-7193address: 300 N Washington StOne of the most popular upscale dining options, with frequent live performers on weekends encouraging diners to sing along with popular showtunes and the like.
phone: +1 410 632-1154address: 5610 Market StA local favorite for a quick casual meal, with good pizza and subs.
phone: +1 410 632-0055address: 104 E Green StArguably the premiere spot for fine dining anywhere near Snow Hill, with a bistro setting, creative seasonal menu, local ingredients, and tapas on Thursday nights.
phone: +1 410 632-9890address: 208 W Green StThe hours are pretty short for a place for drinks, but it's a good friendly option nonetheless, and fine place for casual food.
phone: +1 410 632-3189address: 4436 Bayside Rd Public LandingA beautiful early nineteenth century mansion right on Chincoteague Bay east of the town, where you can swim, canoe, kayak, etc. The food garners rave reviews, and the hosts are laid back and helpful.
phone: +1 410 632-2722address: 201 E Market StA very dog-friendly B&B next to the historic center of town, with beautiful gardens, weeping willows along the riverfront, and friendly owners.