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Kayak and Camp the Pocomoke River Fall 2017 from Milburn Landing State Park !

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  • Milburn Landing State Park

    3036 Nassawango Road, Pocomoke City, MD (map)

    38.137024 -75.502853

  • Gregg is at mini-cabin #33
  • (THIS IS A 'HOLD THE DATE' KIND OF THING at this point.....i won't be assigning cabins/tent sites/taking $$ etc yet. THANX ! :) 

    We all had a GREAT TIME in October 2016 doing this so LETS DO IT AGAIN ! Lets' camp / mini-cabin at Milburn Landing State Park , on the historic , beautiful Pocomoke River, near Pocomoke City on the Eastern Shore !

    "Tucked away on Maryland's lower eastern shore, this park is well known for cypress swamps that border the Pocomoke River. The river originates in the Great Cypress Swamp in Delaware and flows southwesterly 45 miles to the Chesapeake Bay. The park features hiking, biking, boating and fishing opportunities. There are two distinct areas: Millburn Landing, on the north side of the Pocomoke River on Route 364, and Shad Landing, on the south side of the river off Route 113. It is a 25-minute drive between the two areas of Pocomoke River State Park.This popular park also offers camping, camper cabins, boat launch, boat rentals, flat water canoeing, picnic areas, playgrounds, picnic shelters, and a swimming pool."

    We've got FOUR four person mini-cabins at MILBURN LANDING part of Pocomoke State Park reserved for WatersEdge ( # 30,31, 32 and 33) and one Five person mini-cabin (#29)  right on the water. $120 / mini-cabin for the two nights (= $60 apiece if two people split cabin = $30 apiece if four people split mini-cabin; paypal preferred : [masked]) AND FOUR TENT Sites ( #34, 35,36,17)

    AGENDA :

    Friday :

    We can meet friday evening by 630 ish and have a fabulous potluck dinner at site #33, and campfire. Those arriving earlier may want to have freestyle paddle before dinner.


    we'll have a scenic paddle on the Pocomoke (Milburn Landing to Snow Hill to the gorgeous Nassawango Creek/ River Red House Rd (13 miles)
    We will start this paddle from Milburn landing at TEN AM ON THE WATER TIME, after setting up a car shuttle to the take out point..

    Link to Nassawango Creek Preserve (Nature Conservancy)

    Saturday Night sees us taking over the town of Snow Hill and having dinner at Harvest Moon ( and then soaking up live music at the Blue Dog !


    we'll have another paddle on the Pocomoke ! Snow Hill to Porter's Crossing Road roundtrip (~10.5 miles)  For more information on this trail visit the Worcester County Department of Tourism’s website at <a></a>

    The park is located along the banks of the Pocomoke River and is divided into two sections. The Milburn Landing area is 7 miles northeast of Pocomoke City via RT. 364 or RT. 12.

    Enter the following street address into your favorite mapping device to get directions to Pocomoke River State Park:Milburn Landing Area
    3036 Nassawango Road
    Pocomoke City MD 21851

    Based on historic data we will likely NOT need cold water gear (usually REQUIRED with water temps , 60 degrees) , but please stay tuned. Of course, one should avoid cotton and bring a dry change of clothes in case of a capsize.

    *********PLEASE review these excellent "cold water gear/ clothing " articles before paddling. ***********

    "There are three rules to remember when dressing for cold weather:

    No cotton.
    It soaks up water and holds it against your skin, leaving it worthless as an insulator and heavy as a layer. A worthless, worthless fabric in the water.

    Layers help trap heat and fend off water. Remember "wick, warmth, and weather" as you arrange your layers: light wicking fabrics first, then warm insulating sweaters or fleeces, and finally an waterproof outer layer to protect you from the elements.

    No cotton; seriously."

    Kayaking involves known and unanticipated risks which may include, but are not limited to, pain, suffering, physical injury, death and economic or emotional loss, which participants may suffer during, or travelling to and from this activity. By voluntarily participating in this activity, participants acknowledge these risks and agree to hold harmless WatersEdge Kayak Club Meetup Group and its Organizers and leaders against any and all claims, suits or actions of any kind for any damages, liabilities or compensation brought by the participant or anyone acting on behalf of the participant.

    Participants must be responsible for their own safety and should educate themselves through instructional courses about safety, rescue techniques, navigation, and protection from the elements and weather (both hot and cold). Participants should stick with the group to enhance their own personal safety and follow instructions from the trip leaders. Following the above guidelines will help make kayaking the safe enjoyable outdoor endeavor it should be.

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