5 places to go stand-up paddleboarding in Maryland

Ocean City

Located near the Fager's Island pier (Route 90 bridge and 60th Street on the bay side), sunset rides accompanied to 1812 Overture as well as daytime yoga classes. Operated out of Fager's Island Bar and Grille.

Solomons Island

A flat water race was held there in June along the Back Creeks of Solomons, the Patuxent River and the Chesapeake Bay.


Standup Paddle Annapolis (supnnaapolis.com) run events and outings in the Severn and Magothy rivers as well as in the Chesapeake.


The Wisp Resort on Deep Creek Lake offers a variety of conditions depending on how close you're willing to paddle to the boats.

Assateague Island

The wild horses are still the biggest attraction, but stand-up paddleboarders can get an even better view of the action from the Chincoteague Bay and Sinepuxent Bay.

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