The museum has the Garrett/B&O room, the hotel room, early industry room, a replica of the inside of an 1850s log cabin and much more.
Home to the highest point in any Maryland state forest - Backbone Mountain (3,220 feet). Potomac River headwaters burst from this rugged forest known for its abundant wildlife and excellent trout fishing.
An 1884 train station restored to its original Queen Anne-style splendor. Considered one of the most distinguished historic depots in the country.
Displays include an original Garrett County sailboat produced by Gordon Douglass Boat Company, Garrett County’s first snowmobile from the 1960s and Buddy L Model T Fords — the popular steel toys that rolled off the assembly line in the early 1920s.
Fifty-three-acre lake, 20 log cabins and cross-country ski rentals. Popular special events such as fishing rodeos and apple butter making are held throughout the year.
This small piece of forest and bog remained after the Ice Age and is home to unique species of plants and animals. A boardwalk crosses the swamp and six trails wind through different sections.
Some of Western Maryland's most breathtaking scenery with several waterfalls, including Muddy Creek Falls, a spectacular 54-ft. waterfall surrounded by tall hemlocks and a spectacular old-growth forest.
Donation of 6,781-acre forest marked the beginning of Maryland's public land system. Mountain streams wind through beaver ponds and cranberry bogs.