Stevensville is a tiny community on Kent Island in Queen Anne’s County, rich in natural beauty and interesting history, plus being a wonderful place for seafood.
Start with a wander around the numerous historic sites in Downtown Stevensville, including: Cray House, the Historic Christ Church (in Queen Anne style), the Stevensville Trian Depot and Caboose from the early 1900s, the Old Stevensville Post Office and The Stevensville Bank Building (c. 1903) -- one of the earliest surviving old bank buildings in the county.
After a long day out, stop of at the quiet Crystal Beach or rent some bikes and set off down the 5-mile paved Cross Island Trail. Here, you'll feel the cool ocean breeze and take in the stunning views of Chesapeake Bay, the surrounding scenic countryside, and the forests of Kent Island.
If you have time, drop in to the Romancoke Fishing Pier to try you hand at a big catch. Then, head back to town for some mouthwatering local seafood. Local restaurants serve up fresh oysters, crabs, and lobsters all from the local waters.
Summer may be busy but it's also the best time to visit the island.