- This road is located in the northeastern tip of Maryland
- 12 miles (19 km)
- 24 minutes
- No fees to drive the byway.
Old Turkey Point Road originates in North East, an 18th Century industrial town that is home to the Upper Bay Museum. Here, outdoor types thrill to the hunting, fishing, and boating paraphernalia on display. It continues past forests and waterways to Turkey Point and Elk Neck State Park, where the facilities are great for swimming, fishing, boating and camping - and, where more than 7 miles of trails keep the hikers smiling.
This byway begins in North East and moves to Turkey Point along Route 272.