Wednesday, September 15, 2021: River Rally 2021 (Delmarva Peninsula)

Date: September 15, 2021

Time: 8:00 am

Location: Lower Shore Land Trust, 100 River Street, Snow Hill, MD 21863

Let's Get Outside!


Get Outside For River Rally 2021

Join Lower Shore Land Trust for our second VIRTUAL 30 miles on the water and on the trails for River Rally 2021! Together we can raise funds to conserve and restore wildlife habitat, protect working lands and build a resilient Lower Shore today and for the next generation. This event can be completed on a river, creek, bay, trail, or biking. Log your miles any time between Saturday, September 4, and Sunday, September 26, 2021 on the MapMyTracks App.

Register today to participate in River Rally 2021 and you’ll not only be supporting our land conservation work but you’ll be exploring some of the most pristine creeks and verdant trails on the Lower Shore.

Join as an individual or as a family and help us meet our goal to raise funds to continue key conservation programs to benefit pollinators, coastal migratory birds and to maintain water quality. Registration is $30 per person. Whether you choose to kayak, paddleboard, canoe, hike or bike, or a combination of all of the above, you can help support the places we all love!

All ages, abilities, and fitness levels are encouraged to participate. Gather your friends, family, and co-workers and explore the shore! All registrants will receive a T-shirt and interactive map loaded with great places to paddle, hike and bike. We encourage participants to use the MapMyTracks app but a downloadable form can be used to track your miles. Sponsors for the event include Bank of Ocean City, Holiday Johnson, Ayers Creek Adventures, Maryland Delaware DC Beverage Association, Baked Dessert Café, Harrison Group, US WIND, Worcester County Tourism, Somerset Trail Mix and West O Bottle Shop. Prizes will be awarded to most miles in each category. Follow us on RiverRally2021 facebook group to meet up and paddle, hike, bike or join other events!

Conservation on the Lower Shore is key to the health of the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Coastal Bays and our work today will ensure a healthy environment and strong economy for residents and visitors alike.