The Living Shoreline at San Domingo Creek Park was constructed in 2006 and funded by grants from NOAA & the Chesapeake Bay Trust. A thriving marsh now exists where a collapsing wooden bulkhead and grove of invasive bamboo once stood. A kayak launch offers visitors easy access to the water.
The St Michaels Nature Trail passes through the park over a covered bridge. It is a very popular open space used by runners, walkers, dog owners, kayakers, & local watermen. The Choptank River Tributary Team has adopted this park for its annual Wade-In.
The project was funded by a grant from NOAA with a match from Environmental Concern. Environmental Concern designed & built this marsh. The EC Nursery grew all the plant material. Elementary school students from St Michaels ES and their teachers & parents helped to plant the marsh.
San Domingo Creek Park is located in the Town of St Michaels at the end of West Chew St (near the town dock). Google Map Directions