Quality Inn Deep Creek Lake
2704 Deep Creek Dr.
Mc Henry, MD 21541-9500
Phone: (301) 387-4200
Fax: (301) 387-4204
This family fun center offers go-karts, miniature golf, bumper cars, an arcade, water wars, a climbing wall, and a carousel.
This home highlights the cultural and historic aspects of a vintage era and is filled with fine antiques, interesting paintings, and period music playing softly in the background. Tours available Tuesday through Sunday, from June to October, at 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Open 9am-8pm. Cruise the lake's larget boat, Evening Star. Hardware and sporting goods. Sale and rentals of ski boats, pontoon boats, fishng boats, and canoes.
Sells and services new and used boats by Malibu, Play Craft Pontoons, and Four Winns. Rentals also available for pontoon and ski boats with life preservers furnished. Ski equipment available.
Located within Garrett State Forest in Garrett County, 365-acre Herrington Manor State Park is the perfect place to enjoy such activities as boating, cross-country skiing, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, picnicking, hiking, tennis and volleyball. 20 furnished log cabins are available for rent.
The state's highest free-falling waterfall with height listed by various sources as somewhere between 54 and 63 feet.
Family park with a lake, picnic and beach area, volleyball, basketball, boat launch, boat and pavilion rentals.
Discover a diversity of trees, abundant wildlife and beautiful scenery. The forest is home to red oak, white oak, scarlet oak, black cherry, hickory, red maple, white pine and hemlock along the stream banks. Campsites, hiking, hunting, birding, biking, skiing and snowmobiling are a few activities to enjoy.
Presents plays and musicals featuring the best of local and imported talent.
An 1884 train station restored to its original Queen Anne-style splendor. The building is considered one of the most distinguished historic depots in the country.
Nestled in the heart of Oakland, Garrett County Courthouse has been serving the city as a public institution for more than 100 years. Established in 1907, this iconic structure was designed by New York architect, James Riley Gordon, in the Neo-classical Renaissance Revival style. It features a dome perched atop the center of the roof. In 1975, Garrett County Courthouse was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Mountain Lake Park Historic District encompasses nearly the entire town of Mountain Lake Park, and recognizes the historic structures within it. The town's geographic location and history as a prominent place for the Chautauqua movement shaped the unique character of its buildings and other structures. The district comprises 145 buildings and span numerous architectural styles including Gothic and Queen Anne. Audio tours of the district are available.