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The travel landscape across western Maryland will be massive this year. From Lavale out to La Plata, and everything in between, discover a wide selection of impressive and must-see festivals, events, concerts and more. You’ll also want to check out a collection of the most impressive attractions around. Plan your autumn stay in western MD today.
Make sure your fall or winter visit to western Maryland includes an exploration of Hagerstown. Pleasant and charming, Hagerstown is home to some of the state’s premier destinations – don’t miss the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, or the Hagerstown City Park, which will be particularly vibrant thanks to the must-see fall foliage.
When your western MD visit this fall has you in College Park, you’ll have quick and easy access into nearby DC.
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Attractions in Western Maryland
Some of Western Maryland's biggest attractions are in Hagerstown. The Hagerstown City Park is a beautiful setting to explore, with its walking trails and lakes. The park is also home to the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Jonathan Hager House & Museum, and the Hagerstown Railroad Museum and Engine 202.
Outdoor Adventure in Western Maryland
There's lots of outdoor adventure in Western Maryland. This is where you'll find the Wisp Ski Area, with mountain fun in both winter and summer. Visit the C&O National Historical Park in Cumberland and explore along the canal towpath. Cumberland is also a starting point for the Great Allegheny Bike Trail. Hagerstown City Park is filled with trails and lakes as well as the Washington County Art Museum.