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Railroads, Rails-to-Trails and Walking Tours

Railroads, Rails-to-Trails and Walking Tours

Cumberland, MD

Friday: Shop 'Til You Drop. Spend a little or spend, well, a little more. Whatever your pleasure, stroll along Baltimore Street – a pedestrian-only town center – for antiques, clothing, collectibles and sweet treats. Pop in Meg Romero Studio to marvel at her creative art furniture and have lunch at City Lights American Grill. Crab cake sandwich, anyone? Next, head one block over to Canal Street for the Shops at Canal Place and its unique offering of stores. While there, satisfy your sweet tooth at Queen City Creamery.

 

Wetlands to Woodlands: Hiking at Deep Creek Lake

Wetlands to Woodlands: Hiking at Deep Creek Lake

The remains of mining and railroad can be found in this place, more reminiscent of eastern Maryland than of western.

Hancock: Maryland Weekend Getaway

Hancock: Maryland Weekend Getaway

Hancock taught me that I don’t necessarily have to give up walking on a trail when exploring what a town has to offer. Established as a trading post in the early 1700s, Hancock began to grow with the construction of the B&O Railroad and the 184.5-mil...

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