Quality Inn Deep Creek Lake
2704 Deep Creek Dr.
Mc Henry, MD 21541-9500
Phone: (301) 387-4200
Fax: (301) 387-4204
This public nine hole, par three golf course is open seven days a week from 8:00 a.m. to dusk.
This boating facility rents pontoon, ski, and many other types of boats.
Adventure Sports Center International or ASCI, is based in McHenry, MD. Offering a great range of mountain adventure and extreme sports, the organization is exceedingly popular with locals as well as tourists. Several recreational activities and team sport opportunities revolving around whitewater sports are available at Adventure Sports Center. Owing to its spectacular location, opportunities such as kayaking, whitewater rafting, rock climbing and many others.
Rents, services, and sales jet boats, ATVs, motorcycles, and Sea Doo, Kawasaki, and Yamaha watercrafts.
Spring Creek Outfitters offers "a variety of packages to suit everyone's schedule and skill level, from half day wading trips to overnight float trips for bass and muskies."
Horsemanship and riding instruction with Sheryl Jordan, an experienced riding teacher of all ages, styles and levels with an emphasis on safety, synergy, clear communication and quality horsemanship. Enjoy riding lessons, horsemanship classes, and horsemanship clinics.
Golf club featuring a beautiful course with water and sand hazards, a pro shop, professional golf instruction, and a restaurant.
Open from April through November. Patsy's Horsemanship Vacations offers complete family packages for the novice and experienced.
Cheat River Outfitters offers Class V whitewater rafting on the Cheat Canyon and Big Sandy and Class III whitewater rafting on the Cheat Narrows. Climbing, caving, and paintball programs are available with the professionals at Cheat River Outfitters.
Stanton’s Mill was built circa 1797 and was in function till 1994. This historic flour mill was restored to its 1850s appearance by miller John Childers and is run on electricity. The water wheel though not in use adds another charm to this place. It was over the years the focal point for village life and was used for various things such as a voting station and a distillery.
A recipient of top honors from Golf Magazine and Golf Digest, the Pete Dye-designed, par 72 championship Mystic Rock features giant boulders, Sahara-like bunkers, and undulating greens.
The National Battlefield Site in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, United States, protects the historical site of the Battle of Fort Necessity. In the summer of 1754, the battle of Fort Necessity marked the beginning of the French-Indian War. The British, French and American Indian troops battled in this war. Currently, the fort is open for tourists and it features a visitor center, Jumonville Glen and outdoor exhibits.