Dozens of new public access sites are now open along rivers and streams of the Chesapeake Bay watershed. New trails, beaches, boat ramps, and small craft launch sites will allow people to walk, play, swim, fish and launch watercraft into the Bay and its rivers.
In 2013, Chesapeake Bay Program partners opened 36 new public access sites along rivers and streams in the watershed, bringing the total number of access sites in the region to 1,208. Virginia opened 15 sites, Maryland opened 9, Pennsylvania opened 8, New York opened 3, and Delaware opened 1.
source: Chesapeake Bay Program