See zoo animals and wildfowl art, go for a hike and stop at local breweries.
Distance: 1 day, 5 stops, 15.5 miles
Pemberton Historical Park
5561 Plantation Ln, Salisbury, MD 21801
After your drive to Wicomico County, stretch your legs with a walk on the trails of Pemberton Historical Park. The park offers 4.5 miles of nature trails along which hikers can experience woods, meadows, wetlands, and views of the Wicomico River. The trails have roots, but the terrain is flat. There is no admission fee.
Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art
909 S. Schumaker Dr, Salisbury, MD 21804
The world’s largest public collection of decoys can be found here in Wicomico County at the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art. Named for brother-carvers Stephen and Lemuel Ward, the waterfront museum houses both historic and modern decoys, additional exhibits, and a gift shop. Check the website for the museum’s most current hours.
Evolution Craft Brewing
201 E. Vine St, Salisbury, MD 21804
Enjoy locally-brewed beer at Evolution Craft Brewing Company, which also features two restaurants, Public House and Taproom & Pizzeria, in the same building. Enjoy your favorite style of beer or a flight, along with burgers, sandwiches, seafood dishes, or pizza. Evolution added a large outdoor dining area in 2020.
755 S. Park Dr, Salisbury, MD 21804
Take a stroll through the Salisbury Zoo, which has more than 100 animals, a beautiful setting, and free admission. Among the animals are Andean bears, bison, flamingos, and more. If you’re traveling with family, right next door is Ben’s Red Swings Community Playground.
Tall Tales Brewing Company
6929 Heron Grove Ct, Parsonsburg, MD 21849
Head out on Route 50 toward more local beer at Tall Tales Brewing Company. There’s plenty of space to sit outside and relax, brick oven pizza, and a variety of beer styles from IPAs to sours.
Visit the Wicomico County Tourism website at www.WicomicoTourism.org to learn more about our area and plan your trip.
Be sure to bring a designated driver on your road trip if you plan to drink beer.