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Welcome to Chesapeake City, Maryland "Home of the Canal Diggers"

Chesapeake City, Maryland is positioned on the C&D Canal approximately four nautical miles inside the West entrance. For countless years, people from all walks of life have visited the area to take in its beauty and causal living atmosphere. Even with changes throughout the years Chesapeake City has managed to stay a home away from home for visitors living in neighboring states. Whether you decide to stop down to Chesapeake City for the day, for the weekend, or to move down here permenently we wanted to take a minute to highlight our top picks and things to do when your down with our boat ride... 

Restaurants: Serving up flavorful dishes

Once your boat tour is complete there are a number of delicious places to dine at including our top pick Schaefer's Canal House which has always been famous for its premier location, atmosphere, Live outside entertainment, and savory entrees. Schaefer's Canal House is able to host a wide range of events due to their spacious array of private areas. The Sunset Deck, Lighthouse Bar, and Pavilion are the top picks for guests looking to take in the boating atmosphere. The main restaurant is located upstairs along with an eye-catching veranda overlooking the C&D Canal and a stones throw from ships, tugs, and yachts passing by. Schaefer's Canal House also has a large banquet room which as hosted hundreds of events over the years!  



For a different perspective of Chesapeake City we also encourage you to try out The Chesapeake Inn, which is renowned for their outstanding brick oven pizzas, seafood, Tiki Bar, and Live Entertainment. They have been in Chesapeake City for over 20 years and is conveniently tucked away in the heart of South Chesapeake City over looking the basin and C&D Canal. The Chesapeake Inn has a professional team and many events at their location! They have an upstairs restaurant, banquet room, marina, and outside tiki bar for live bands! 


Located a little more inside the town is a restaurant serving big city quality steaks and has been getting excellent reviews. Prime 225 is a restaurant with an almost exclusive and VIP type feel to it. They have brought the mouth watering and succulent flavor of top quality dishes for your special occasion. We encourage anyone looking a little variety when visiting our town of Chesapeake City to try out Prime 225 Restaurant

Schaefer's Canal House

The Chesapeake Inn

Prime 225

Bed & Breakfast: Come spend your weekend in Chesapeake City, MD.

We can say enough about being lucky to have clean, professional, and affordable bed & breakfast spots to stay when people visit! The owner's of these B&B's keep a good handle on their accommodations because every single B&B we have gives you a very charming and localized small town feel. All of the Chesapeake City Bed and Breakfast locations are just a few blocks away from the waterfront. These local B&B's all have very friendly proprietors who maintain the facility and offer a comfortable and cozy environment for your overnight accommodations. We have listed for your convience the Chesapeake City, MD Bed & Breakfast contact information. 

Local Vineyards: Maryland is also known for more then Blue Crabs & Rockfish! Check out our vineyards that we work with!

Local wineries in Maryland have been on the rise for several years now. Our state is positioned at an ideal location for certain types of blends that are made by our local vendors. The staff at each of these vineyards knows are extremely professional and knowledgable about the wine industry. Our vendors have extensive expertise in their  the production process of making award winning wines. When you visit their facilities, each vineyard has experts going over the process, background, and pairings that make each wine they carry sensational.

Crow Vineyard

"We are a 3rd generation working farm which has diversified to become a successful farm winery. Our 365 acre farm includes a herd of grass-fed angus beef, soy and corn, farm animals and a farmstay B&B. The expanding vineyard supports a state of the art winery producing award-winning wines that are enjoyed at our wine tasting room open year round." ~Crow Vineyard

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Chateau Bu-De Vineyard & Winery

"Born out of our love of fine wines and cheeses, Chateau Bu-De Vineyard & Winery has become the premiere location for fine wines. After traveling the world and sampling different wines, proprietors, Brenda & Warren Dedrick, decided to make their way back to the US and craft the finest wines right here on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Their biggest challenge was finding high-quality grapes for world class wines. Hence, the vineyard was established. They are dedicated to offering only the finest wines & have also taken great care in assembling a fabulous team of winemaker's, vintners & employees. The family-owned vineyard & winery is located on 440 acres a top the Bohemia River & Scenic Byway 213 in Chesapeake City, Maryland. The original site of Augustine Herrman's™ historical Bohemia Manor Farm™. Augustine Herrman was the founder of Bohemia Manor and the first Lord of the manor. "There is absolutely no substitute for the best. Good wines cannot be made of inferior grapes masked with high flavor. It is true thrift to use the best grapes available and to waste nothing."            - Brenda Dedrick, proprietor

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Turkey Point Vineyard

When Doris inherited part of the family farm, she wanted to keep it in the family. She wanted to use the land as it was meant to be used, and try to make something out of it, something that would make her ancestors proud, and something that could be left to future generations. There aren't many options for a small farmer. A vineyard sounded like an attractive possibility, albeit a difficult one. Not one to shy away from a challenge, she and her husband, Eric, began designing the future vineyard in 2007. "How can we keep the deer out? How should we arrange the rows? How far apart should the rows be? How much land should we plant in grapes? What variety of grapes should we grow" The questions seemed endless! Eventually the decisions were made and we moved forward to where we are today! This is only the beginning....

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Broken Spoke Vineyard & Winery

Broken Spoke Vineyard & Winery is a boutique winery, rustic tasting room and event venue located at our pony farm which also has other very friendly farm animals. The sheep in particular are very social and talkative and thus the inspiration for our line of "Animal Talk" wines where all the animals on our farm reveal a witty conversation about wine. When you visit our boutique winery you can relax in our casual wine tasting room and walk along our gated pastures to talk to our animals. We have a cottage for stay overs during an event, a vineyard to view and most of all lots of welcoming wines to get your conversation going with your own friends at our place. Enjoy! Thea, Rob, Maggie and the Broken Spoke Team

Harvest Ridge Winery

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Chuck Nunan began making wine in his basement in 1995 with rave reviews. In 2010, during a trip to Charleston, South Carolina for his son’s wedding, Chuck visited a winery there and was inspired to take his love of wine and winemaking and turn it into something bigger. He and his wife, Chris, had purchased land in 2005 for a family farm in Marydel, Delaware, which he decided to turn into Harvest Ridge Winery. As a family farm winery, family comes first. The Nunan family is headed by Chuck and Chris. Their first (very successful) joint venture began in 1974 when they got married. Their three sons, Chip, Christopher, and Craig are all nearby and work in the family businesses. All three boys are married and there are currently eight grandchildren. The theme of “family” is evident even in the Harvest Ridge logo. The roots of the Harvest Ridge tree are prominent, in part to reflect the deep roots and lineage of the Nunan family.

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