The scenic Marshyhope Creek, which winds through the quaint turn- of-the-century town of Federalsburg, forms the western boundary of the 3,800-acre Idylwild WMA in southeastern Caroline County. The area is a mix of agricultural fields, upland forests and bottomland forests, with topography ranging from flat to somewhat sloped. Some areas are wet year round.
Idylwild State Wildlife Management Area is located near Easton, Harrington and Laurel
From the Bay Bridge, take U.S. Route 50 east to Wye Mills. Take 404 to MD 313 and follow south to Federalsburg. Take MD 315 east into Federalsburg. Take Central Avenue east across Marshyhope Creek, which becomes Houston Branch Road (MD 306). Access is available via 10 parking areas surrounding the property. For additional information, contact the LeCompte Wildlife Office at (410) 376-3236.