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Lots of kids swinging on the swings and running on the grass at the Town Park.


Explore the beauty and history of our town with a visit to our local park or neighboring docks. For a more immersive experience, take a stroll through the Exmore History Walking Tour and discover the rich heritage of our community.

Exmore Town Park is the perfect place for a fun day out with family and friends. With plenty of amenities, playground equipment, grills, and restrooms, you'll have everything you need for a great time. Come and enjoy the beautiful surroundings and make some unforgettable memories!

Boxtrees spell out Exmore at the Town Park.
The observation deck at Willis Wharf overlooks the creek and marsh.

Looking for a great spot to launch your boat or do some fishing? Check out Willis Wharf or Morley's Wharf! Both locations offer free boat launches, fishing piers, and observation decks perfect for birding. Come enjoy the beautiful scenery and peaceful atmosphere.

Exmore is a charming town with a rich history that waiting to be explored. Take a leisurely stroll through the town and discover its fascinating past. The Exmore History walking tour will take you on a journey through time, from the town's early days as a small farming community to its growth as bustling center of commerce. Along the way, you'll see historic homes, churches, and other landmarks that tell the story of Exmore's past. Don't miss this opportunity to learn about the town's unique heritage and experience its timeless beauty.

Exmore Street Scene from the early 1900's. Cars are parked up and down the dirt road. People bustle about the businesses.
Family Bike Trip

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The future ESVA Rail Trail will be a 49-mile walking and biking trail along the historic Eastern Shore railroad corridor.

The ESVA Rail Trail will provide a safe place for healthy outdoor activities that will attract tourists and new businesses contributing to economic growth and supporting a healthier and more prosperous community.

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