Sleep Inn & Suites
12426 Houck Avenue
Clear Spring, MD 21722
Phone: (301) 842-0290
Fax: (301) 842-0295
12426 Houck Avenue, Clear Spring, MD, US, 21722
- Phone: (301) 842-0290
- Fax: (301) 842-0295
An array of monumental buildings situated in the Clear Spring region of Washington County in Maryland, together constitute the Rufus Wilson Complex. The main house has been constructed in 1850 and the ancient house is a two and a half storied building, predominantly built by utilizing limestone. In close proximity to the house, lie a post office and a store. The structuring depicts the Second Empire style of architecture. The complex is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Hagerstown Speedway is a true 1/2 mile track with straight-aways over 900 feet long, 70 feet wide, 90 feet wide in the turns. The racing surface is made of the finest red clay in the nation. Open Feburary thru October.
The historic French and Indian War as also the American Revolutionary War were all a happening at this same Fort Frederick State Park. The huge lush green grounds have been declared a historic landmark and also house the remains of the fort.
The Plumb Grove is a historical house and occupies immense monumental value. Its construction dates back to as long as 1832. The Grove is also popularly regarded as the Nesbitt-Warner House. The significant avenue was occupied by the Warner family as until 1967 and it stayed in the Nesbitt family till 1983. The home has been restored and is open for general public viewing. It stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This historic stone structure depicts life as it was in the late 1700's and was built by Jonathan Hager. It is open Tuesday thru Saturday from 10 til 4.
Centerpiece is a 50-acre lake, home for more than 250 waterfowl with fitness trails available.
A typical town house of the late Federal period that is the headquarters of the Washington County Historical Society. Exhibits include papers and historic items from the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Civil War and the C&O Canal. Wonderful clock and antique dolls collections are also on display.
The statue of "Hope" marks the burial place of more than 2,000 Confederate soldiers who died in the Civil War Battles of Antietam and South Mountain. The cemetery is open from sunrise until sunset.
Open Aril thru September. Class A, South Atlantic League affiliate of the San Francisco Giants.
Garden Hill is located in Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland, United States. This historic two story home was built in 1865 in the Greek Revival style of architecture with Gothic Revival accents. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 27, 2002.
The St. Mark's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Boonsboro, Maryland. This church was constructed in 1849 by Upton Morin in the Gothic Revival style of architecture, featuring steep gable roofs, a gable porch and a steeple bell tower. Adjoining the church, one can also find a cemetery. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.
This beautiful historic farm complex called the Henry McCauley Farm is a beautiful elaborate home and an excellent example of the mid 10th century. The stunning entrance with the spiral stairs and beautiful decorative interiors of wood reflect the era in which it was built. A visit to this home gives one an amazing experience of the past homes and farms with the barn and a metal windmill used for pumping water.