Grasonville Attractions

Grasonville has long enjoyed being a local area of our community that offers small town living with modern activities. Despite our size, thousands of guests each year enjoy everything that we have to offer. From learning more about our state’s and country’s rich history to spending the day fishing out on the bay, you can find something for everyone to enjoy when you stay here.

The Todd Performing Arts Center, located at Chesapeake College, offers a state of the art venue that can seat a little over 900 guests at a time. Enjoy some of the best live entertainment in a beautiful setting. Piney Point Path offers stunning views of the Potomac River, as well as gives visitors one the best places to watch wildlife. Kent Narrows Public Boat Path is one of the most accessible boating areas for more residents and visitors. For fishing or leisure, this is a simple place to launch.

Featured Attractions

Piney Point Path

Southern Maryland has long been a hub for scenic natural views and exciting outdoor activities. And among them all, Piney Point Path is one of the most popular destinations in the area. With historical offerings, southern charm, and scenic views of the Potomac River, it’s easy to see why so many fall in love with our town. Enjoy the historic lighthouse, museum, and historic park, or enjoy a day on the shore and water. There’s something for everyone to enjoy!

Todd Performing Arts Center

For over 50 years, Chesapeake College has been providing our area students with a better quality of education. And part of that on-campus experience has been with the development of the Todd Performing Arts Center. This modern venue offers some of the best live performances in the area, and offers plenty of seating no matter what the performance may be. With passionate local actors and musicians, as well as hosting local events, this is among the top locations for art.

Kent Narrows Public Boat Ramp

Located less than half a mile away from your best hotel room, guests can find the Kent Narrows Public Boat Ramp. Located just across the bridge and sandwiched between the Chester River and Prospect Bay, you can enjoy easy access to Maryland’s waters. Please note that the public boat ramps are not designed for large boats, so please ensure the proper dimensions before visiting. Using the boat ramp does require a permit, but this permit is applicable to many ramps.