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Welcome to Marshy Point

The building provides an exhibit hall, an auditorium for audio-visual presentations, classrooms, and outdoor decks with picnic tables.  The park features a canoe launch, bridge and overlook, and over three miles of hiking trails including two self guided nature trails and a paved accessible trail.  Guided canoe trips are offered to explore the coastal forests, marshes, and shallow waters of Dundee and Saltpeter Creeks. A variety of programs and special events are available for individuals and groups of all ages.

Photo of the Marshy Point Nature Center entrance.
The entrance to Marshy Point Nature Center.

Contact Information

Location:7130 Marshy Point Road
Middle River, Maryland 21220
Phone: 410-887-2817  T.D.D./Deaf 410-887-5319
Email: marshypt-rp@baltimorecountymd.gov
Visit the council website: www.marshypoint.org

The nature center is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Please call for seasonal park hours.

Directions

From Baltimore Beltway (I-695) west of Route 43: Take I-695 east to exit 31C for Route 43 (White Marsh Boulevard). Stay on Route 43 for approximately 9 miles to its end at Eastern Boulevard and make a left. Stay left on Eastern and continue east for approximately 2.5 miles, passing Chase Elementary and Eastern Regional Park on your right, and make a right on Marshy Point Road (look for park sign). Follow Marshy Point Road and make a left turn into the parking area.

From Baltimore Beltway (I-695) east/southeast of Route 43: Take I-695 east to exit 38 for Eastern Avenue east (towards Essex/Chase). Continue east on Eastern Avenue for approximately 8 miles, making sure to get left once you pass Martin State Airport. Make a right on Marshy Point Road (look for park sign). Follow Marshy Point Road and make a left turn into the parking area.

From I-95 North of Route 43: Take I-95 to exit 67 for White Marsh Boulevard (Route 43) east towards Chase. Stay on Route 43 for approximately 4.5 miles until its end at Eastern Boulevard and make a left. Stay left on Eastern and continue east for approximately 2.5 miles, passing Chase Elementary and Eastern Regional Park on your right, and make a right on Marshy Point Road (look for park sign). Follow Marshy Point Road and follow signs, making a left turn into the parking area.

From I-95 South of Route 43:
Take I-95 to exit 64 for Baltimore Beltway (I-695) south/east towards Essex/Dundalk. Stay on I-695 for about 1.5 miles, getting to the left and exiting onto Route 702. Continue on Route 702 for a little more than a mile and take exit for Eastern Boulevard east towards Chase. Continue east on Eastern for approximately 5 miles, making sure to get left once you pass Martin State Airport. Make a right on Marshy Point Road (look for park sign). Follow Marshy Point Road and make a left turn into the parking area.

From Route 40, Pulaski Hwy:  Take Route 40 in a northeasterly direction from Baltimore, and turn right at Ebenezer Road. If you're traveling in a southwesterly direction from Harford County, turn left at Ebenezer Road (there is a Double T Diner at the corner). Travel southeast on Ebenezer Road for approximately 2.6 miles and turn right onto Earls Road. There is a Marshy Point sign near the intersection. Travel south on Earls Road. for approximately 1.4 miles until it ends at Eastern Avenue (MD 150) and make a left turn. Travel east on Eastern Avenue for approximately 0.9 miles and turn right onto Marshy Point Road. There is a park sign at the entrance. Follow Marshy Point Road and make a left turn into the parking area.

Revised April 11, 2014

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