Maryland Coastal Bays Program
Maryland Coastal Bays Program
9919 Stephen Decatur Highway – Suite 4
Ocean City, MD 21842
Phone: 410-213-2297
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Part of the National Estuary Program, the Coastal Bays Program is a partnership among the towns of Ocean City and Berlin, National Park Service, Worcester County, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the Maryland Departments of Natural Resources, Agriculture, Environment, and Planning, which have come together to produce the first ever management plan for the coastal bays.
Established in 1987 under the Clean Water Act, the National Estuary Program was developed to protect economically and environmentally sensitive estuaries across the United States by engaging all user groups.  
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September 26 `15
Osprey Sprint Triathlon
Public Landing
Enjoy the scenic beauty of Snow Hill, Maryland as you participate in the Osprey Sprint Triathlon. The .5-mile swim will be held in the shallow (4 to 8 feet) Chincoteague Bay. Average water temperature is 68°. Wetsuits are permitted. The swim is an in-water start with plenty of room to spread out and properly seed yourself. 
The 15.2-mile bike route is a flat circular course; and the 3.1-mile run is flat out on the roads surrounding the rural countryside of southern Worcester County. The finish line will be at the Public Landing Boat Pavillion.
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