Janes Island State Park


Located near Crisfield on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Janes Island State Park offers visitors a unique opportunity to enjoy the beauty and bounty of the Chesapeake Bay. Within the mainland portion of the park are the campground, rental cabins and Daugherty Creek Lodge, picnic areas and pavilions, and the boat ramp and marina. The island portion of the park – Janes Island – includes over 2,900 acres of saltmarsh, over 30 miles of water trails, and miles of isolated pristine beaches. Although people have harvested the resources of the island for thousands of years, today the island is wild and seemingly untouched.

A haven for birds, fish, crabs, and other saltmarsh dwellers, Janes Island provides visitors a tranquil setting to explore the wildlife of the Bay while enjoying the expansive vistas and stunningly beautiful sunsets. Whether fishing or crabbing, motor boating or paddling, or simply relaxing, visitors to Janes Island will experience a world still ruled by the weather, the tides, and the wildlife that first drew people to this very special place. The park offers accessible restrooms and four accessible campsites. The Park Store and Nature Center, picnic pavilions and recreation area, fish cleaning station, and dock area are also accessible.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Janes Island State Park is home to 103 campsites, 49 with electric, 4 full-service cabins, 4 camper cabins, heated bathhouses, Daugherty Creek Lodge, park store, canoe/kayak rentals, picnic shelters, playground/recreation area, nature center walking trails, observation tower, fish cleaning table, boat ramp.  Campsites and camper cabins open April – November.  Full-service cabins open year-round. ADA.