Kent County Tourism Development

Government building at 400 High St. Chestertown, Maryland.
Government Building
400 High Street 3rd Floor
Chestertown, MD 21620


  • Jamie Williams, CEcD - Economic Development Director
  • Jana Carter - Assistant Director

Tourism Development Advisory Board:

  • Greg Waddell, Chairperson
  • Sandy Scott, Vice Chairperson
  • Casey Carroll, Member
  • Suzanne Einstein, Member
  • Ingrid Hansen, Member
  • Dolores Jones, Member
  • Chikki Shajwani, Member

Planning Your Visit

The Kent County Tourism Development Office  welcomes you to Kent County. For a Free visitor information packet, please call us at 410-778-0416, fax us at 410-778-2746, click here for a form to submit your request for information or e-mail us at We'll be pleased to answer your questions and help you with your travel plans. Office Hours 8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday. Please also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram; @VisitKentCounty.

When You Visit

Visitor Information - You will find plenty of Kent County information and brochures at the Kent County Visitor Center at Maple Ave. and Cross St. in Chestertown and the Rock Hall Information Cottage on Main Street.


The Tourism Office is responsible for marketing, advertising, media relations, and for developing travel and tourism in the Kent County region of Maryland's Eastern Shore.

The Tourism Office strives to safeguard the balance between nature and commerce. It not only facilitates diversification of the County's economy through tourism, but also supports the County's coveted way of life, unique heritage and unmatched natural and cultural resources.

As the marketing arm of Kent County, the Tourism Office manages an extensive marketing schedule, which includes print, electronic and web-based advertising, web site, print collateral, social media and fulfillment.

The Tourism Office facilitates visitor analysis and statistical data to ensure the most effective targeted marketing plan, which is reviewed yearly.

The Director works closely with the Kent County Tourism Advisory Board and the State Office of Tourism Development in the creation, development and implementation of communication strategies.