Boating in the morning and skiing in the evening–it’s possible in western Maryland. Experience the state’s most lush areas away from the metropolis and into the Appalachians while tasting local beer, wine and spirits as well as all of the delicious food offerings throughout the region.
by: Kit Waskom Pollard Adventure Sports Center International WESTERN MARYLAND’S RESORT DESTINATION OFFERS FOUR SEASONS OF FUN Deep Creek Lake might be the best year-round vacation destination in the country. Winter ski trips, springtime strolls, summer boat cruises and autumn hikes under the changing leaves. Every season offers a new and exciting reason to visit. […]Read More
Now we’re talking: the sap’s running, dogs are scratching at the door and we get an extra hour of daylight to play at the end of the day. (spring ahead on the 10th). March means thinking about your garden, tuning up your road bike or booking your August beach rental. PLANT A GARDEN Let go […]Read More
MISCellaneous Distillery launches a rye nod to the family matriarch Dan McNeill, who runs Mount Airy’s MISCellaneous Distillery with partner Meg MacWhirter, says his maternal grandmother was a bit of a pistol. “She was known to drink whiskey and smoke cigars at family functions,” he recalls. “She was dainty and polite, but she also had […]Read More
Mixing history with gallery hopping for a relaxing excursion. Story by Julekha Dash With a walkable downtown filled with parks and cultural attractions Western Maryland’s Hagerstown, about a 90-minute drive from Baltimore and Washington, D.C., is an ideal day trip. Stay the weekend to explore the historic sites, breweries and wineries that surround the seat […]Read More