|Matapeake & Romancoke Piers|
Pictured: Romancoke Pier
Matapeake and Romancoke piers use the pay and display system in which the on-site machine accepts cash or credit cards and produces a receipt which must be displayed face-up on your vehicle’s dashboard. The entrance fee at Matapeake and Romancoke piers is $10 per vehicle for 24 hours. Additionally, the receipt entitles patrons to park at both piers during the 24-hour period which is date and time stamped on the receipt. You may select a receipt time frame of 24 or 48 hours. The general Queen Anne’s County Public Landing Permit is also valid at these two sites for the launching of a boat at Matapeake and for the launching of a canoe or kayak at Romancoke. All other visitors who use a parking space for any reason must pay for a parking receipt. Failure to pay and display will result in a $50 citation.
The lighted piers are open 24 hours daily, although the adjoining picnic areas are open from sunrise to sunset.
Matapeake Pier & Boat Ramp
Matapeake Pier is located on Route 8, just 3 miles south of Rt. 50 on the right. Highlighting this facility are the 650 foot lighted fishing pier and the 25 foot wide boat ramp. The ramp and pier are open 24 hours a day year round giving the avid fisherman ample opportunity to catch the tide, fish at night, first light or all day long. The 3 acre park and facility have restrooms and a picnic area with grills. The picnic area is open from sunrise to sunset; pier and ramp are open 24 hours. Pets are not allowed. Directions: Rt. 50/301 to South Rt. 8, turn right to Marine Academy Drive, turn left into parking area. The entrance fee is $10 per vehicle for 24 hours.
Romancoke Pier & Kayak Ramp
Romancoke Pier is located at the southern end of Route 8 in Stevensville. Fishing and crabbing are the highlights at the pier, which is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The small picnic area is open from sunrise to sunset The entrance fee is $10 per vehicle for 24 hours.