Big Run State Park
Big Run State Park Situated at the mouth of the Savage River Reservoir, the park, surrounded by Savage River State Forest, is 16 miles from exit 24 off Interstate 68. Learn More →
The Casselman Inn has been operated as an inn since it opened in 1842. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, you may dine here any day except Sunday and they also have rooms available for rent. Learn More →
Casselman River Bridge State Park
Picnicking & fishing. When it was built in 1813 the bridge was the largest single-span stone arch bridge in the world. It is a designated National Historic Landmark & listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Casselman River provides some of the best fly fishing in the Mid-Atlantic. Learn More →
This private residence still bears the name of the original land grant established in 1785.
Deep Creek Lake
Nearby Deep Creek Lake State Park and Wisp Ski Resort down-hill skiing, motor boating. Get more information and a free Vacation Guide at the Garrett County Chamber of Commerce. Also see The Deep Creek Times & Deep Creek Magazine for local information.
Fuller-Baker Log House
Now a private residence, this log house was likely a drover’s inn or tavern during the nineteenth century.
Grantsville Community Museum
Opening May to October, the Grantsville Community Museum holds a wealth of information on the history and life in Grantsville. Open Friday and Saturday from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Special tours available by contacting Sue Beachy at 301-895-5387 or the Museum at 301-895-5454. Learn More →
Grantsville Town Park
Children’s playground, picnic pavilions, basketball & tennis courts, public restrooms and numerous events throughout the summer. Learn More →
Interpretive panels describing the area’s history are located in front of the Casselman Inn and at the main entrance to the Town Park. Here is a longer version of the sign text.
Little Meadows Lake and Campground
Camping, hiking or biking, fishing, feed the ducks & geese. The facilities include a 100-acre lake, camping area, picnic pavilions, waterfront gazebos, and miles of hiking trails. Learn More →
New Germany State Park
Cross-country skiing, fishing, swimming, hiking, geocaching & camping. A 455 acre park featuring a 13-acre lake. Learn More →
Ruth Enlow Public Library
Grantsville Branch at 102 Parkside Drive, open Monday 11-8, Tuesday-Friday 11-5:30, Saturday 9-1, 301-895-5298 Learn More →
Savage River State Forest
Maryland’s largest state forest at 53,000 acres including numerous geocache sites and hiking trails. Learn More →
Spruce Forest Artisan Village
Spruce Forest is a venue not only where artists showcase and sell their work, but also where visitors have the chance to interact with artisans inside their studios. Learn More →
Built in 1797 and operated as a grist mill continuously from 1824 until 1990. There are plans to restore the mill to its earlier appearance. Penn Alps Restaurant, found at the same location, is a former inn dating from the 1800’s. The adjoining Spruce Forest Artisan’s Village provides some local history in its relocated pioneer cabins. Learn More →
Now a private residence, this large stone home was once a busy inn along the National Road. Its guests included Albert Gallatin and James K. Polk.