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Hart-Miller Island is a 1,100-acre island located in Baltimore County on the Chesapeake Bay near the mouth of Middle River. It is accessible only by personal boat. The western shore of the island offers safe mooring, wading and access to a 3,000-foot sandy beach. Hart-Miller Island State Park also includes Hawk Cove and Pleasure Island, which also provide recreational opportunities and camping.
On May 7, 2016, the south cell of Hart-Miller Island officially opened for public access for the first time since construction began on the dike in 1981.
8 a.m. to Sunset
Certain activities are permitted outside of the regular park hours (e.g. fishing, boat launch, hunting where permitted). Please check with the park before your visit if you plan to engage in an activity which requires you to be in the park before or after the posted hours.
Camping is available from May 1-September 30.
(Note: Many places fill to capacity on busy, nice weather days, especially holiday weekends. Please call ahead or visit the official website to get the most up-to-date information before visiting.)
A campsite is $6 service charge per site with a maximum 6 people per site.
Campsites, fishing, bird-watching, hiking trails, picnicking, swimming, and bicycling.
Camping is available from May through September on a first come, first served only basis. Access is only by private boat. The service charge for each campsite is $6.
Originally part of a peninsula that extended from Edgemere, the two islands, Hart and Miller were joined by the construction of a dike in 1981. Until 2012, the impoundment was filled with dredge material from the Baltimore Harbor and surrounding tributaries. In recent years, Hart-Miller Island has become a recreational haven for boaters in the northern Chesapeake Bay.