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12426 Houck Avenue, Clear Spring, MD, US, 21722

  • Phone: (301) 842-0290
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Attractions

»Rufus Wilson Complex

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.

14921 Rufus Wilson Road
Clear Spring, MD 21722

»Hagerstown Speedway

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.

15112 National Pike
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

»Fort Frederick State Park

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.

11100 Fort Frederick Road
Big Pool, MD 21711

»Plumb Grove

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. 

National Pike
Hagerstown, MD 21722

»Hager House

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.

110 Key Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

»City Park

The history of City Park can be traced back to 1916, when it was built. This park features playground and baseball fields where you can practice your favorite game with your friends. Perfect your tennis moves as this park features tennis courts. Apart from this, City Park also features walking tracks for you to enjoy a romantic stroll with your partner and relax.

Virginia Avenue
Hagerstown, MD 21740

»Hargerstown City Park

Centerpiece is a 50-acre lake, home for more than 250 waterfowl with fitness trails available.

501 Virginia Aveune
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

»Saint John's Episcopal Church

As you walk along the South Prospect Street, the steeple of the Saint John's Episcopal Church is enough to catch your attention and beckon you inside this marvelous church. This house of prayer was constructed following the Neo-Gothic style of architecture using blue limestone and large floor-to-ceiling windows, that are adorned with stained glass. The alter is wonderfully graced with wood carvings and sunlight flows in with ease through the intricate glass work atop the alter. The church is a spot of worship and education, where kids, teenagers and adults learn about spiritual growth and compassion. Events which focus on community development are also organized by the church. Check website for additional details. 

101 South Prospect Street
Hagerstown, MD 21740

»Miller House

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.

135 West Washington Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21741

»Rose Hill Cemetery

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.

600 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

»Zion Reformed United Church of Christ

Zion Reformed United Church of Christ dates back to 1770 and is Washington County's oldest church. It rose to prominence when the Union army converted its bell tower into a lookout point during the famous Battle of Gettysburg. Though it enjoyed this vantage point, it emerged unscathed after the American Civil War. It is well-known for its bell tower and the tradition of summoning parishioners by its bells. Even today, their distinctive tones, forming a delightful melody, can be heard in the neighborhood. Visitors are also dazzled by its stained glass windows that portray popular scenes from the Bible, the early 19th-century Roman Window being the most famous one. This church offers the Eucharist sacrament once a month and worship services on all Sundays.

201 North Potomac Street
Hagerstown, MD 21740

»Hagerstown Church of the Brethren

Located at the intersection of South Mulberry Street and the East Washington Street, this beautiful red-brick structure is hard to miss, this is Hagerstown Church of the Brethren. The church is one of the city's most historical churches, and care, compassion and charity are the values that define them. The church was inaugurated on July 17, 1897 and since then has welcomed many worshipers who come here to attended masses or to be a part of their valuable bible study. Because of the peaceful aura that surrounds the place, Hagerstown Church of the Brethren is worth a visit during your stay in the city. 

15 South Mulberry Street
Hagerstown, MD 21740
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