Chapel Point Road, Port Tobacco, 20677
This little out of the way ramp has a very scenic setting and is ideal for car toppers, canoes or kayaks– no trailered boats allowed. Located on the beautiful and historic Port Tobacco River, the ramp is simply a low spot in the shoreline with a sand and gravel launch. No launch fee, parking is limited, gravel road to ramp. Route 301 to La Plata, take Route 6 West (Port Tobacco Road) left yield onto Chapel Point Road. Follow Chapel Point Road to park entrance on right (gravel road) and follow signs to the ramp.
2750 Sweden Point Road, Marbury MD
Phone: 301-743-5159 • www.mattawomanart.org
Mattawoman Creek Art Center is located at Smallwood State Park and offers monthly exhibits, studio rentals, facility rental and a gift shop. Visit the website for specific exhibit information, programming workshops, lectures, demonstrations, films, and seminars with professional artists for participants of all ages, levels of experience, and artistic involvement.
Indian Head Center for the Arts
4185 Indian Head Highway, Indian Head
Phone: 301-743-3040 • www.indianheadblackbox.org
With its 84-seat intimate setting, the Black Box Theatre provides
a professional venue for theater artists and provides structured
programs through which artists in all media can practice both
the craft and business of art.
6655 Rose Hill Road, Port Tobacco, MD 20677
Phone: 301-392-1776 • www.nps.gov/thst
Front of Haberdeventure
This site features Haberdeventure, the NPS-operated home of five generations of the Stone family, including Thomas Stone, one of Maryland’s signers of the Declaration of Independence. The site includes a visitor center and family cemetery.
Looking Through Headstones Toward St. Ignatius Church
View from St. Ignatius, Chapel Point
8855 Chapel Point Road, Port Tobacco, MD, 20677
Phone: 301-934-8245 • http://www.chapelpoint.org
Founded in 1641 and located on a 120-foot bluff overlooking the confluence of the Potomac and Port Tobacco Rivers, St. Ignatius Church is the nation’s oldest active parish with a continual pastorate and located on the Religious Freedom Byway National Scenic Byway.
3725 Dr. Samuel Mudd Road, Waldorf, MD 20601
Phone: 301-274-9358 • http://drmudd.org
Featured on “Maryland Civil War Trails: Escape of an Assassin,” the house and farm commemorate the life of Dr. Samuel Mudd, the physician who treated the injured leg of John Wilkes Booth after he assassinated President Abraham Lincoln in April of 1865.