How about a sunset picnic on the beach? Or a ride over to the neighboring island of Tylerton? A private tour guide can show you many points of interest.
Spend a day on a waterman's boat to see his way of life up close. Or find treasures of the Chesapeake around the island by skiff. Special adventures can be arranged. Just bring your boots.
We have a small grocery store that makes sandwiches and carries snacks and sodas. You should know that Smith Island does not sell alcohol. You are welcome to bring your own.
Smith Island Cultural Center provides ways to learn about the Island's history, economy and lifeways, including how farm families created a prosperous waterman's community. The Center features exhibits, a small collection of genealogies, a film, and a gift shop.
Local art work may be purchased at the Cultural Center.
The Center is open from May 1st through late October.
Bayside Inn Restaurant serves lunch and dinner as well as an all-you-can-eat family-style meal. It also serves carryout food and a variety of hand dipped ice cream, shakes, sundaes, floats and more from the Ice Cream Shop.
Open from Memorial Day weekend through October 15th, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm.
Harbor Side Restaurant is known for its great crab cakes and cheesesteak subs along with many other great options. You may carry out or sit back on the deck and enjoy the boats coming and going.
Smith Island Marina accommodates boats up to 60 feet long. It has modern, recently built docks with 6 slips, 7 feet deep with shore power (30 and 50 amp electric hook-ups) and fresh water available in a sheltered channel.
Drum Point Market is located in Tylerton which is on another part of Smith Island. You may want you kayak over to Tylerton or transportation can be arranged for you.
If you love crab you may want to sample crabs cakes from each restaurant to see which one is your favorite!