C & D Canal

C & D Canal

Description

The 14-mile long Chesapeake and Delaware Canal (C & D Canal) crosses the northern Delaware/Maryland peninsula, and its eastern mouth is at Reedy Point, Delaware, on the Delaware River, with its western mouth at Chesapeake City, Maryland, on Chesapeake Bay. The name of the canal reflects the names of the two water bodies that it connects.

There are a lot of interesting things to see and do along the canal.

Summit Airport in Middletown Delaware is the closest airport.


Tags: flyout, fly out, fly-out, Chesapeake Bay, boating, boats, boat, KEVY, EVY
Detailed Information
Detailed Description
The 14-mile long Chesapeake and Delaware Canal (C & D Canal) crosses the northern Delaware/Maryland peninsula, and its eastern mouth is at Reedy Point, Delaware, on the Delaware River, with its western mouth at Chesapeake City, Maryland, on Chesapeake Bay. The name of the canal reflects the names of the two water bodies that it connects.
Location
Chesapeake Bay
Today in Aviation History
October 22, 1963: The Cessna YAT-37D Dragonfly maiden flight. In all, Cessna would deliver 577 A-37s before production ended in 1977.