How To Get To Arthur W. Perdue Stadium

The How To Get To Arthur W. Perdue Stadium
by Malcolm MacMillan
  • Ballpark a logical stop when you're in Baltimore or D.C.
If you're visiting Salisbury from the west, you'll likely cross over the long Chesapeake Bay Bridge.

Salisbury, MD is a bit off the beaten path if you're visiting other pro ballparks on your road trip. Located in Maryland, just south of the Delaware border, Salisbury is just a half-hour drive from Ocean City, a tourist hotspot. The drive to Salisbury is scenic and if you're driving from the west (you most likely will be), you can look forward to traversing the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, which runs for 4.3 miles.

If approaching from the west, via Baltimore or Washington, take 295 South and merge onto I-695 E/Baltimore Beltway Outer Loop. Next, merge onto I-97 South and follow the road until you reach the US-301 N/US-50 E interchange. Merge onto US-50 East toward Ocean City, which you'll find well marked. Follow this road for roughly 65 miles and then turn right onto Hobbs Road. Arthur W. Perdue Stadium is ahead on your right.

If you're south of Salisbury, such as in the Virginia area, US-13 North takes you most of the way to Arthur W. Perdue Stadium. Get on US-13 North and follow the road up through the southernmost point of Maryland for roughly 110 miles. Take the US-50 East ramp toward Ocean City and make a quick right onto Hobbs Road. The ballpark is ahead on your right.

From the north, take US-13 South, then merge onto US-13 S/US-50 E/Salisbury Bypass toward Norfolk, VA. Merge onto US-50 East toward Ocean City and turn right onto Hobbs Road, where you won't miss the ballpark ahead on your right.

Map of Arthur W. Perdue Stadium with Directions