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USA Parks
Maryland
Maryland
Lower Eastern Shore Region
Lower Eastern Shore Region
Wye Oak State Park
Wye Oak State Park
WYE OAK STATE PARK
WYE OAK STATE PARK
13070 Crouse Mill Road
Queen Anne, Maryland   21657

Phone: 410-820-1668
The Wye Oak, Maryland's State Tree and the largest White Oak in the United States, toppled June 6, 2002 during a thunderstorm in the village of Wye in Talbot County on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Believed to be more than 460 years old, the beloved tree was purchased by the State Maryland in 1939, and was declared Maryland's State Tree in 1941. The purchase marked the first time in American History that a government agency purchased a single tree for preservation. The Wye Oak was one of Maryland's greatest living symbols and was older than the State itself. This is a Maryland State Park. For full information go to the official webpage. (Link on the right side)
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The park is located on the Eastern Shore in Talbot County on MD RT. 662, approximately one mile from the intersection of RT. 50 and RT. 404.

USA Parks
USA Parks
Maryland
Maryland
Lower Eastern Shore Region
Lower Eastern Shore Region
Wye Oak State Park
Wye Oak State Park