The Maryland and Delaware eastern coastal areas share a peninsula that juts out into the Atlantic, between Chesapeake Bay and Delaware Bay. Unfortunately, it doesn’t jut out far enough to catch a lot of swell from the south as it gets blocked by it’s lucky southern neighbor, North Carolina. Small swell window, a wide continental shelf that kills the swells from north, and it’s proximity to better surf within a couple hours doesn’t help the cause. There are endless beach breaks to explore, with occasional jetty and pier spots that are constantly changing with the shifting sand. And really popular breaks like Indian River and Ocean City that can get really good.