World’s Largest Rubber Duck is Coming to Maryland!

World's Largest Rubber Duck in San Pedro, California in 2014 | Dan Holm

The eastern shore is about to experience an awe-inspiring sight as the World’s Largest Rubber Duck sets sail for Maryland waters. The gigantic yellow duck, also known as “Mama Duck,” will be making its maiden voyage to the Bay region in August, promising a quacking good time for all!

After captivating crowds in Michigan and New York this summer, the World’s Largest Rubber Duck will be visiting the Leonardtown Wharf for the Wharf Fest from August 4-6, followed by an appearance at Crisfield’s Little Big Townfest held at Somers Cove Marina from August 11-13. Attendees of both events can expect a delightful lineup of duck-themed activities, including duck selfies, music, games, and an array of vendors offering delectable food and drinks. 

Since 2014, Mama Duck has been traversing the country, spreading joy, and encouraging people to appreciate and preserve our precious natural resources. With its whimsical charm and larger-than-life size, the giant rubber duck has become a global icon that brings smiles to faces of young and old alike. 

As the World’s Largest Rubber Duck sails into Maryland waters, keep an eye out for this iconic bath toy on its mission to inspire joy and conservation. To stay updated with Mama Duck’s adventures, you can follow its journey on the official website, or social media.

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