Maryland’s Eastern Shore Economic Development
Maryland’s Eastern Shore region encompasses a five-county area bordering the Chesapeake Bay that includes Dorchester, Caroline, Cecil, Kent, Talbot and Queen Anne’s counties. Located within one to two hours of major metros such as Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia, the Eastern Shore region is part of the I-95 Corridor and offers overnight access to Mid-Atlantic markets. Its economy offers major industry sectors, including manufacturing, agriculture and food production, and transportation and distribution.
Find out why transportation and logistics companies are flocking to Maryland's Eastern Shore.
Cambridge is rich in culture and attractions for residents and visitors alike. The city is full of museums and galleries, and offers plenty of history and local heritage making each person feel that they've stepped back in time.
The five-county Maryland's Eastern Shore Region offers a strategic location to Mid-Atlantic markets and a growing base for diverse businesses.