North Point's Victorian-styled pavilion dates back to the days of Bay Shore Amusement Park. The park was well known as a magnificent resort of the once prominent United Railways and Electric Company.

Much of Bay Shore's original nucleus and some of its structures are still intact today, providing a constant reminder to current visitors of the beauty once enjoyed by thousands of daily vistors who enjoyed the park in the past. The trolley station was used as an entrance and exit point for those visitors and has now been restored for our visitors as an open-air pavilion.

More Trolley Station history here.

Rental Costs:

Up to 100 People -  call the park
101 - 150 People -  call the park
151 - 200 People -  call the park
201 - 300 People -  call the park
301 - 400 People -  call the park

Prices valid as of 
Call park office to verify -- (410) 477-0757

In preparation for you group's outing, we encourage you to visit the park and pavilion prior to your reservation date. Althought the pavilion offers an ample supply of picnic tables for your group's use, resources such as portable water and electricity service is limited and therefore we ask you to please plan accordingly.
Trolley Station - 1999
Beach view from the Trolley Station
Views of the Chesapeake Bay from the Trolley Station.
Beach  & trellis view from the Trolley Station
Horse-drawn carriage.
The groom arrives on horseback.
The happy couple.
Pictures from a 1998 country-style wedding at the Trolley Station.
North Point State Park
 "A little slice of heaven on the Chesapeake Bay"