Small-craft facilities, on the south side of the creek at Chesapeake Beach, have gasoline, diesel fuel, a pump-out station, water, ice, berths, and marine supplies. Hull and engine repairs can be made; marine railway, 50 feet; lift, 40 tons.
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Chesapeake Beach (38°41.8’N., 76°32.0’W.) is a resort and fishing center on the western shore of Chesapeake Bay. Fishing Creek, on the north side of the resort, is entered by a dredged channel which leads from the bay through jetties to an anchorage basin in the creek. The channel is marked by a lighted range and other aids. The fixed highway bridge 0.3 mile above the jetties has a width of 36 feet and a clearance of 10 feet.