An deal place for your trip through western Maryland. Located by the banks of the Potomac River.
More than 300 peaceful, fabulous acres surround this wonderful vacation farmhouse in which you can also enjoy hiking, walking, birding and cycling.
Fort Tonoloway State Park is an undeveloped Maryland state park located near present day Hancock. Fort Tonoloway was a frontier fort built in 1755 by Lt. Thomas Stoddert and men from the Maryland State Militia. The fort was also known as Stoddert's Fort. It was abandoned in 1756 when Fort Frederick was constructed
Originally built as a one-story structure on a hill overlooking the Potomac River and is illustrative of canal life.
Enjoy a unique sandwich made with fresh ingredients and carefully selected wine and beer pairings. Live music on huge deck by the C&O Canal. Browse three floors of antiques.
Homemade comfort food, just off the Western MD Rail Trail, offering spectacular views of the C&O Canal and Potomac River.
Homemade soups, breads, charbroiled steaks and a bakery beyond description.
Located just off the Interstate in the middle of the countryside is a place specialized in blue crabs. Banquet seating Room #1 Seats 34/Room #2 Seats 60.