Centreville Landing

Centreville Landing

201 Front Street, Centreville

Q.A Co. Public Landing Permit Required

The 1.0-acre public landing contains a 26-foot cement ramp that is excellent for launching canoes, kayaks, and powerboats. There is parking for about 12 vehicles. Fishing and crabbing are accessible from this location.

Paddlers heading upstream will meander through a wooded valley for approximately 1.5 miles before reaching the Corsica’s head of navigation at Millstream Park on Route 213.  Heading downstream, the Corsica gradually widens while making its 5-mile journey to empty into the Chester River.  The scenery on the Corsica is a mix of residential development, waterfront estates, wooded shorelines, and large farms.  There are nice sandy beaches near the tributary’s confluence with the Chester River, and Emory’s Creek (3 miles downstream from Centreville), a scenic side trip for paddlers.

Permanent restrooms are available for patrons from April through November.