View the river as a slide show on a computer, smartphone or tablet.
The Nanticoke River flows 64 miles through Delaware and Maryland to Tangier Sound and the Chesapeake Bay. The Chesapeake Conservancy and Terrain360 virtual tour provides an interactive kayaker's-eye view of the entire river. There are views of places on several tributaries, such as Laurel River Park on Broad Creek. To view all virtual tours, visit terrain360.com.
The conservancy and Richmond-based Terrain360 deployed a one-of-a-kind pontoon boat, with six cameras mounted 10 feet above the water's surface to capture high-resolution, 360-degree images every 50 feet. Terrain360 stitched the images together to create a digital image map of the Nanticoke.
Chesapeake Conservancy's website also provides virtual tours of the Susquehanna River, Mallows Bay-Potomac River and the James River in Virginia.