Garrett County Maryland is the most western part of Maryland in the Blue Ridge Mountains. In the Northern part of Garrett county is the following towns of Accident, Grantsville, and Friendsville.


Accident In the Northern part of Garrett county

Barton is in the Northern part of Garrett county

Friendsville is in the Northern part of Garrett county

Oakland is in the western part of Garrett County

 

 

 

Big Run State Park

Casselman River Bridge State Park

Grantsville Town Park

Little Meadows Lake

New Germany State Park

Savage River State Forest

Deep Creek Lake

Wisp Ski Resort

Spruce Forest Artisan Village

B&O Railroad Station
B&O Railroad Station in Oakland brought prominent citizens to the resort areas of Garrett County in the 1880’s. Built in 1884, it is one of the oldest stations in the country.

Casselman River Bridge
Casselman River Bridge was built in 1813. It was the largest single-span stone arch bridge (80 feet) in the 19th Century connecting the nation’s first Federal Highway. Picnic area with fireplaces is available. The bridge is located on Route 40 east of Grantsville, near the Spruce Forest Artisan Village.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architecture – Ohiopyle Road, PA
Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob are two of Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpieces. Reservations are required. The Inn may be able to set up a tour for our guests. (724) 329-8501

Friend Family Associations National Heritage Museum & Library
Friend Family Associations National Heritage Museum & Library contains 700 general genealogical books and files of local families. It depicts history of Friendsville dating back to 1760. It is located on Maple Street in Friendsville.

Garrett County Historical Society & Museum
Get a glimpse into the past into the world’s most lavish hotels, Civil and World War involvement, Native Americans, brave pioneers and hunters, German settlers, the coal, farming and timber industries, and great American visionaries.
Free Admission–107 South Second St, Oakland
www.deepcreekhospitality.com/fr_gc_historical.asp
(301) 334-3226 This Museum has Seasonal Hours

Mountain Lake Park 
Mountain Lake Park was a popular resort from 1882 – 1942. In 1912, as many as twenty-eight hotels and boarding houses accommodated thousands of visitors who came to vacation in the cool mountains of Garrett County. Pres. Taft, Pres. Grover Cleveland, William Bryan, and Billy Sunday were a few of the renowned visitors. A five thousand seat amphitheater provided musical and dramatic performances.
http://www.whilbr.org/mountainlakepark/index.aspx

Spruce Forest Artisan Village
This historic village consists of authentic log cabins, schoolhouses, artisans (i.e. soapmakers, weavers, woodcarvers, blacksmith, and potters.

Village Church and Stanton’s Mill
Showcasing Allegheny history, folklore, and festivals.
177 Casselman Road, Grantsville (301) 895-3332
http://www.spruceforest.org

 


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