Check out this guide to learn why the Chesapeake is a great place to hunt for shark teeth, tips to maximize your trip, and where to go for your fossil finding day trip!
There are currently three ways you can access this beach. The easiest way is the pay the $10/person day use fee at the Matoaka Beach Cabins office.
Another great area to access shark teeth hunting is a little further south at Flag Ponds Nature Park. Arrive early before the parking lot fills up!
A great option if you want to enjoy a beach day with shark teeth hunting on the side. If shark teeth are what you are focused on, try to visit Breezy Point in May or June.
It is still worth a visit, but because of its popularity in recent years the beach area and access to the cliffs has been reduced significantly.
Calvert Marine Museum does not have fossil collecting on site. However, they offer Fossil Field Experience tours at Cove Point about 6 times a year.