Fishing and Boating
The park has a 60-acre lake with fishing and boating opportunities on 20 acres of open water. The remaining acres are flooded woodland.
A launch ramp is available for boaters. Gasoline motor use is prohibited.
Canoeing at Tuckahoe is a popular activity on both the lake and the creek because of the park's abundant wildlife. It is common for visitors to enjoy watching bald eagles, ospreys and great blue herons. Beavers and muskrats have surprised visitors by swimming past their canoes. Tuckahoe is full of pockets of secluded beauty, some only accessible by canoe.
Kayak, and Canoe Rentals
Canoes, single kayaks and tandem kayaks are available to rent on a first-come, first-serve basis. During the week, come by the park office (12282 Eveland Road, Ridgely) from 9am-5pm, Monday through Friday) to rent. The lakefront boathouse is open most weekends (Memorial Day through Labor Day and some holidays) for rentals (hours based on staff availability and weather conditions). Canoes/kayaks are $10/hour (cash or check). You must be 18 or older to rent (ID required).