ATTRACTIONS IN POCOMOKE CITY
Park and Nature Trail
Explore our beautiful Nature Trail 7 days a week, from
sunrise to sunset. Free of charge.
downtown Nature Trail begins on the city dock at Cypress Park
and winds around Stevenson's Pond to Winter Quarters Landing,
a public boat ramp, for a total of 1.5 miles. The trail is enhanced
by several sections of floating boardwalk, exercise stations,
a 57-foot pedestrian bridge, 260-foot fishing pier, gazebo and
canoe launch sites.
the trail, view a unique diversity of trees and birds that make
this portion of the Pocomoke River so special.
The Delmarva Discovery Center & Museum
The Delmarva Discovery Center & Museum on the Pocomoke River
serves as a source of learning and discovery for the public through
the preservation and interpretation of its cultural and natural
on the Pocomoke River in downtown Pocomoke City, the Delmarva
Discovery Center & Museum (DDC) is a living museum, a place
for learning and discovery for visitors of all ages. The immersive
and engaging exhibits take visitors on a timeless journey through
Delmarva and through the Cypress Swamp. The exhibits focus on
the river ecology and the human history of the Pocomoke River
and Delmarva. The DDC continues to add to its unique collection,
offering return visitors something new to discover each time they
visit. The DDC offers a regular schedule of programs, tours, and
presentations to families, school classes, youth groups, and other
visitors. Visit: DelmarvaDiscoveryCenter.org
The Costen House Museum
Private tours for all ages are available year-round. The Costen
House and garden are also available as a beautiful and unique venue
for special events such as teas, bridal showers and weddings.
Costen House was built by Dr. Costen shortly after the Civil War
and was lived in by members of his family for over a century.
It is sponsored by the Spirit of Newtown Committee, founded in
1974, Myrtle A. Polk and a group of public-spirited citizens,
when the home was threatened by demolition.
The River Gem Bed & Breakfast
The River Gem Bed & Breakfast at the Littleton T. Clarke House
in Downtown Pocomoke is a quaint place to rest along your journey
or while visiting Pocomoke City. Appreciate
the warmth and hospitality offered by innkeeper Mona Margarita.
You will never be disappointed when presented with their gourmet
breakfast choices. The River Gem is not only charming, but very
business traveler-friendly. Visit: therivergembnb.com
Winter Quarters Golf Course
Nestled on the banks of the Pocomoke River, this 9 hole course is
open all year long. It's name comes from the days when the Pocomoke
Indians found winter shelter in this protected riverside location.
The course is open daily and features bent grass greens, a putting
green, numerous sand traps and water hazards. The course is 2629
yards long for men and 2539 yards for women with a rated par of
Daily greens fees are reasonable, and annual passes are available.
The course may be closed occasionally for a tournament, so please
call in advance. The adjacent new club house features a pro shop
with equipment sales, snack bar, and cart rentals. For tee-times
or for questions regarding the golf course, please call (410) 957-1171.
Click here for rental rates and more information.
Winter Quarters Log Cabin
Are you looking for a quiet and beautiful setting for your next
retreat, wedding reception, company meeting or conference? We can
offer you the perfect setting located on the beautiful Pocomoke
River and adjacent to our beautiful nine hole golf course. Fees
and more information on the Golf Course are available
Docks in Various Locations Along the Gorgeous Pocomoke River
Locations include Laurel Street, Pocomoke River Dockside and the
Boat Ramp at Winter Quarters.
Slips are available year round. Call City Hall for reservations
and details at 410-957-1333. All visiting boaters must register
with City Hall. Visitors are allowed two days of free dockage at
the downtown City Docks.