Largest state forest with more than 54,000 acres; approximately 12,000 acres designated wild lands. Camping, fishing, hunting, four-wheeler and snowmobile trails available.
The 80-ft. stone arch bridge was the largest of its kind when constructed in 1813. It was located along the National Road, linking Cumberland with the Ohio River.
The museum's mission is to preserve Northern Garrett County's heritage with an emphasis on Leo Beachy's, photography, the National Road and the 1964 B-52 Bomber crash.
Historic log cabins serve as studios for working artists. Visit house museums and an operating 1800s grist mill. Living history re-enactments. Part of Maryland's 2020 Year of the Woman.
Located within boundaries of Savage River State Forest. A 13-acre lake formed as result of dam built for mill operation. Cabins, camping, pavilions, hiking and cross-country skiing.
Built in 1797, now powered by electricity, the mill produces flours, meals and mixes for sale.