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.

Bird Watching in Mountain Maryland

As the outdoor enthusiasts are returning to their favorite recreational spots, they are cheerfully greeted with the familiar sights and sounds of spring. In Allegany County, there are countless opportunities for birdwatching, especially during spring migration. For those residents who put up bird…

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America's First Road Trip

America's First Road Trip starts here in Allegany County at mile marker "0" of the Historic National Road. In 1806, Thomas Jefferson championed the development of the National Road, the first federally-funded highway, as a way to connect trade and commerce from westward exploration to colonies along…

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