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Chapel Point State Park is a 600 acre state park, located on the beautiful Port Tobacco River, a tributary of the Potomac River.
Chapel Point is an undeveloped multi-use park that boasts a waterfront that offers a variety of recreational opporunities.
There are a variety of water activites popular here such as fishing, boating, and other personal watercraft. While fishing is popular here, aspiring anglers should carefully watch tides before visiting because at high tide there is almost no beach. This park has a small sand launch area that is suitable for the launch of small john-boats, canoes and kayaks, and personal watercraft.
There is also suitable habitat for various game hunting animals in the park that is permitted during established hunting seasons. Chapel Point has a small handicap hunting area and three established hunter parking areas with sign-in boxes are located in each of those areas. A maximum of 45 hunters is permitted at any given time.