When you think of autumn, a coastal getaway might not be the first thing to come to mind. We think it should be! When you visit the Maryland Eastern Shore during the fall season, you’ll experience outstanding fall foliage, gorgeous mild weather, thinner crowds at restaurants and attractions, and more. During your trip, stay at Inn at Huntingfield Creek and be surrounded by the beauty of the Chesapeake in a charming waterfront town. Read on, and we will tell you everything you need to know about how to embark on a fall getaway to Rock Hall, MD.
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4 Steps To the Perfect Fall Getaway in Rock Hall, MD
1. Pack Your Suitcase for Gorgeous Fall Weather
During the fall in Rock Hall, temperatures begin to cool off, and the air becomes crisp. This means you’re able to start pulling out your sweaters, scarves, and boots—yay! The temperatures are still very comfortable, though, and allow for enjoying outdoor activities such as fishing, walking, biking, picnicking, boating, and more.
- September – Average temperatures range between 65 and 78 degrees
- October – Average temperatures range between 55 and 66 degrees
- November – Average temperatures range around 52 degrees
2. Gaze at Fantastic Fall Foliage
Nothing screams fall more than the leaves changing color. If you’re a fall foliage fanatic, you’ll be happy to learn that Inn at Huntingfield Creek is less than 10 minutes away from an outstanding sight for leaf-peeping—Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge. In addition to picturesque scenery, you might also catch sight of:
- Bald Eagles
- Return of the Tundra Swans
- Chesapeake Bay views
3. Dine at Local Restaurants
One of the benefits of visiting a coastal town during the offseason is that there are fewer crowds. During the fall in Rock Hall, MD, you won’t have to wait long for dinner table while your stomach is growling. Our town is home to many impressive restaurants that offer fresh seafood, delicious steaks, and pristine water views. Some of our favorite local restaurants are:
- Waterman’s Crab House
- Harbor Shack Bar and Grill
- Inn at Osprey Point Restaurant
- Baywolf Restaurant
4. Get Cozy With a Hot Seasonal Beverage
If you’re strolling the streets of downtown Rock Hall, visit Java Rock Coffee House and warm up with a yummy, hot, specially crafted drink. At Java Rock, you can find a wide array of drinks, including coffee, tea, beer, and wine, in addition to delectable breakfast and lunch food items. Some of our favorite beverages to enjoy on a chilly fall day include:
- Rockiato – Espresso, steamed milk, and vanilla, marked with caramel
- Irish Wake-Up – Espresso, hazelnut, Irish cream, and milk
- Hot Chai Tea Latte – Chai tea and steamed milk
Book Your Stay at Inn at Huntingfield Creek
Now that you know all of the ins and outs of the perfect fall getaway in Rock Hall, MD, it’s time to reserve your accommodations. We’d love to host you here at Inn at Huntingfield Creek. We offer luxurious and safely distanced private cottages (three of which are fido-friendly) in the heart of the Maryland Eastern Shore. Our inn sits upon 70 spacious, serene acres where you can enjoy the fall weather and scenery. Plus, we even offer bicycle and kayak rentals so you can explore more of the area.
There’s no time to waste! Book your autumn escape today and stay at Inn at Huntingfield Creek.