Black Walnut Point Inn has drawn attention from many media outlets for its almost indescribable beauty, as well as the people and events drawn to it. The Inn was featured on the cover the Washingtonian, featured in Coastal Living and Shore Magazine, and was on the front page of the Washington Post when gay marriage was legalized in Maryland. The New York Times also listed the marriage of Todd Hill and Venton Jones held on the point, which was officiated by Congressman Joaquin Castro.
Black Walnut Point Inn has stayed in the forefront in the fight for equal rights. Bob and Tracy were featured on Maryland’s Public Television’s Your Money and Business, the Baltimore Sun, Washington Blade, heard on radio shows, appeared with local news outlets, and their story was followed extensively by the International Press. The point has also been seen on Maryland Public Television for the monarch migration, and, like the butterflies, dolphin, eagles and migrating birds, Black Walnut Point Inn has hosted many world-renowned guests whose privacy has been maintained.