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OTD Shoots Latest Travelogue Along the Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway

The Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway is the subject of the latest in OTD’s ongoing project to showcase Maryland’s extensive Scenic Byway system. The four-day video shoot covered the lower section of Maryland’s Chesapeake Country Byway (the upper section was documented in 2015) and the middle section will be filmed this fall. The shoot featured a family of four traveling to locations in Vienna, Salisbury, Princess Anne, Crisfield, and, of course, to Smith Island. “We could not have filmed it without the support of our DMOs and a myriad of our tourism partners. The locations featured in the filming of this video could not have been more accommodating. So, a big thank you to all of them,” said Catherine Batavick, Project Manager, OTD.” Look for this latest video in the spring of 2020, and to see the current roster of Scenic Byway videos, follow this link to VisitMaryland.org.

Pictured: A family staying at a full-service rental cabin at Janes Island State Park along the Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway.