There are two mainline sections of MD 565:
- MD 565 (without suffix) runs 5.13 miles (8.26 km) from Maple Avenue in Trappe north to US 50 south of Easton.
- MD 565A has a length of 0.58 miles (0.93 km) from MD 322 north to Lee Terrace within Easton.
MD 565 begins as Main Street in the center of the town of Trappe. Main Street continues south 0.59 miles (0.95 km) from Maple Avenue as a municipal street to a junction with US 50. The state highway heads north and its name changes to Easton Trappe Road on leaving the town after passing White Marsh Road. A short distance north of Llandaff Road near the hamlet of Llandaff a short distance south of Peach Blossom Creek, MD 565 turns sharply to the east and reaches its northern terminus at US 50 (Ocean Gateway).
MD 565A, which is known as Washington Street, begins at an intersection with MD 322 (Easton Parkway) a short distance north of MD 322's southern intersection with US 50. After crossing Paper Mill Pond, the two-lane state highway reaches its northern terminus at Lee Terrace. Washington Street, which was once part of a longer MD 565A, continues north as a municipal street into downtown Easton.
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