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~Towns of Chestertown and Rock Hall~

The Best of Kent County!

















 

        Founded in 1706, Chestertown in Kent County was one of the most bustling trade cities on the Chester River. Its ideal location allowed the city to flourish and become second to Annapolis as Maryland's leading port.



            On Cannon Street in Chestertown, visitors can view the Schooner Sultana and climb aboard to hoist the sails aboard this colonial schooner replica; steer using the seven-foot-long tiller to sail across the Chesapeake; or head below-deck to see what the crew's quarters looked like back in 1768.

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        Residents of Chestertown throw their own "tea party," in commemoration of the Boston Tea Party, where townspeople reenact the event during the Chestertown Tea Party Festival held on Memorial Day weekend each year. 



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 ~Rock Hall~
                                                                                                                       "Pearl of the Chesapeake"
 

 

 

  

 


        Founded a year after Chestertown in 1707, the city of Rock Hall in Kent County, once a major tobacco port, now remains one of the most important fishing and crabbing ports on the Bay.