Log cabin rental in Grantsville, Maryland, United States, with 3 bedrooms, 5 beds, and 3 bathrooms; can sleep up to 6 people; many positive aspects. This charming cabin offers stunning views of the fall leaves and a relaxing getaway just like in a Hallmark movie. Now is your chance to live in one of those gorgeous log houses featured in holiday specials every year. The family may spread out but still be somewhat close thanks to the activity room/living room and bedroom on each of the three levels. At O’Hara’s Hundred, you will see breathtaking sunrises and sunsets and make unforgettable memories.
The New Germany State Park, home to Maryland’s biggest State Forest (the Savage River State Forest), is a short drive or pleasant stroll from the cabin. You probably won’t go far, what with the nearby cross-country skiing routes, hiking trails, small lake, and beach area. You can spend quality time together as a family at the vacation rental’s elegant dining table, and then unwind in the outside jacuzzi or by the fire pit.
Located in northern Maryland, not far from the state line with Pennsylvania is the town of Grantsville. Though relatively small, the town is rich in history. Grantsville began as an Amish community and now controls a significant section of the National Road. As a result, the town frequently saw stagecoaches carrying pioneers. Grantsville constructed numerous hotels and shops to accommodate the town’s expanding population. Today, tourists can explore the town and see the ancient buildings (many of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places) and learn about the Amish and Swiss-German history of the area. Here are a number of suggestions for how to spend your time in the neighborhood while on vacation.
Located in Western Pennsylvania, the region of Allegheny is home to several historical structures from the nineteenth century. There were formerly Amish, Mennonites, Native Americans, and other people living in the village, and they all collaborated to transform the land around it into farms. Six artists currently call the town home, and their wares include paintings, pottery, stained glass, and even handmade soap.
Location: New Germany State Park, in Grantsville, Maryland. In close proximity to the Savage River State Forest, New Germany State Park covers a total area of 483 acres. The area’s enormous lake was originally exploited for its use in powering local sawmills. The forest was purchased by the Civilian Conservation Corps, who began extensive tree-planting and resort development in the late 1930s.
The Casselman Bridge, spanning 80 feet across this four-acre park, was constructed in 1813 as part of the National Road. Crossing the Casselman River, this stone structure is now used only by pedestrians. Casselman River Bridge State Park is also popular for its fly-fishing, animal photography, and hiking opportunities, in addition to its historical significance.
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