LaVale Toll Gate House-National Road

LaVale Toll House
Only remaining toll gate on National Road in Maryland. The toll house is a historical site that is open to visitors at all times. Interpretive signage available on site and guests can peer inside the toll house to sneak a peek of eras ago. Historic plaque indicates fees for wagons, animals and pedestrians to use road.



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June 14, 2017
Patrick S
Built in 1835 for the National Road, the toll houses were used to collect money for road maintenance, which was the responsibility of the states. There's another one in Petersburg, PA. It has a...
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February 26, 2017
Had to see the tool house and gate poles on National highway. Impressive Maryland has preserved the house to educate folks on the road and it's historical significance. It is a must for everyone to...
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June 26, 2016
This toll house is one of the few original remaining on the Old National Road which ran from Cumberland Maryland to Vandalia Illinois in the early to mid-1800s. I don't think this toll house is open...