WELCOME TO OXFORD MARYLAND

Eat. Play. Stay. Local!

Our town may be small, but it packs a punch when it comes to hospitality and fun.  We’ve made it easy for you to discover local cuisine, lodging and things to do in Oxford.  We look forward to having you…

Port Of Oxford Maryland Dining Places To Eat

Local Dining

From what locals here consider to be the best ice cream on the eastern shore, to the finest Maryland crab and unique eateries, your sure to find something for everyone.  Relax on a doc, take in the breathtaking views and enjoy some of Maryland’s finest cuisine!

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Places To Stay

Whether you fly in, boat in or drive, well have a bed ready for you at the end of the day!  Lodging in Oxford, Maryland, includes offerings from a boutique hotel with a private sandy beach, to more modest accommodations in an legantly restored 1730 English Country mansion!

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Things To Do Oxford Maryland

Shop & Play

Shop local unique gift shops featuring local artwork, handmade jewelry, and gift items.  Or, jump on the ferry and head across the Tred Avon.
We also have a nearly 30 mile bike trail considered to be one of THE BEST bike trails in the mid-Atlantic region!

Things To Do

Grab The Ferry…

Americas oldest privately owned ferry route!

All vehicles are served on a first-come, first-served basis. The Oxford Bellevue Ferry travels across the Tred Avon River on Maryland’s Eastern Shore many times a day.

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Visit The Oxford Community Center

The Oxford Community Center, which offers free coffee and conversation every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. is also a great place to find out about current events!  We hold a monthly Vintage Cars and Coffee, from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. the first Saturday of the month, from April until November. Weather dependent!

Premier biking/walking trails

The Oxford / St. Michaels Bike Trail is recognized as one of the best in the mid-Atlantic region.

The route includes the historic town of Oxford, the crossroads of Royal Oak with its antique stores and post office (where you will find a cannon ball that lodged in a nearby oak tree during the War of 1812), and our stunning sister town of St. Michaels with its many shops and restaurants!

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