The Bohemia River joins the Elk River about 4 miles below Back Creek and Chesapeake City. The river is wide and pleasant and offers an opportunity for those with shallower drafts to cruise off the main shipping channel, which is often crowded with heavy traffic. The Bohemia offers the first taste of typical Chesapeake Bay scenery with tree-lined heights (magnificent in autumn), border croplands that give way to gently rolling green shores, beautiful modern homes and extensive farm estates overlooking waters that were once the highways of the Colonial era.
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