Get Back To Small Town Charm

The beauty of this region is unparalleled. Allegany County features 60,000 acres of public wildlands, with one in four acres being public land.

Six Unique Features Along the Great Allegheny Passage

The Great Allegheny Passage is a spectacular 150-mile, non-motorized, scenic rail trail stretching from mile zero in Cumberland, MD, to Pittsburgh PA, and is touted as one of USA Today’s 10Best Trails in North America. Find world-class accommodations along its many trail towns as you soar over…

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Celebrating mom and Pop Businesses in Mountain Maryland

We’re celebrating National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day by celebrating the small and independent businesses that form the heartbeat of our community. Mountain Maryland is made up of so many outstanding mom and pop businesses that it was nearly impossible to pick just a few to feature. What’s…

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Art for the People: A Public Art Tour

Travel through either one of Mountain Maryland’s Arts and Entertainment districts, in Cumberland and Frostburg, and you will be met with diverse genres of art in our galleries, theaters, and art spaces. But, did you know that there is a whole collection of art available in open spaces? Explore these…

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Looking for Nightlife

Looking for Nightlife fun in Mountain Maryland? What do you do after a day of exploring the mountainside? If you’re looking to continue to adventure into the evening hours, there’s no shortage of options to extend your getaway experience after the sun goes down. ROCKY GAP CASINO RESORT FLINTSTONE…

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Best Places to Catch the Eastern Redbuds in Bloom

Each spring, Allegany County, the Mountain Side of Maryland, welcomes the reddish-pink hue of the eastern redbud trees painted across the region. The blossoms are spotted in radiant clusters along our scenic byways and on road cycling routes along Route 40. Our state parks and forest offer over…

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