Things to do in the area:

Gordon Robert's House


The Western Md. Scenic Railway


C & O Canal Visitor's Museum


Old Bedford Village


Great Allegheny Passage



Rocky Gap Resort & Casino

Charis Winery


Briar Valley Vineyards & Winery


Hagerstown Premium Outlets


Country Club Mall


Rocky Gap Veteran's Cemetery

Frostburg State University


Breezewood Proving Grounds

Features 3 Motocross Tracks of different skill levels. Tracks are all motocross with doubles, tabletops, triples, step-ups and high banked berms. Tracks are groomed and watered regularly, and track layouts change often. All three tracks are open to both motorcycles and quads.


Frostburg State University is located in the Appalachian highlands of western MD. The main campus covers 260 acres within the town limits of Frostburg. The local region is rich in both history and outdoor activities. Students can visit nearby recreational areas -- Rocky Gap, New Germany, and Deep Creek Lake State Parks. Located just 25 minutes/23 miles, from Hidden Springs Campground!


Rocky Gap Veterans Cemetery is a 27 acre site located within the Rocky Gap State Park, just off interstate 68 in Allegany County. Just 5 miles east of Cumberland and is one of the most picturesque cemeteries given the backdrop of mountains. 

Located just 20 minutes from our campground is country Club mall and Cinemas. Wal-Mart, Sears, The Bon-Ton, Aeropostle, American eagle and TJ Max are just a few of the stores you can find there. The Cinema brings you the latest movie releases featuring 3D theatres, digital projection and sound to make you movie experience more exciting!

Located just 1 hour away from Hidden Springs is Hagerstown Premium Outlets. Conveniently off interstate 70, Hagerstown Outlets is a village style shopping center.Enjoy saving 25%-65% every day at over 100 designer and name brand outlet stores.

Briar Valley Vineyard & Winery is located in historic Bedford, Pa. at the foot of the Allegheny Mountains. We are unique, in that we are the first winery in Bedford and all surrounding counties to produce all vinifera wines styled after classic European Wines. We are dedicated to remaining a small boutique winery concentrating on premium quality and craftsmanship.

Allegany County's first winery! Charis Winery, Inc. has opened it's doors. Our winery is located at 17 Howard St. at the Canal Place Shops in the downtown area of Cumberland, Md. The Charis winery tasting room is open and is offering tastings!

Private tasting by appointment.

Just 4 miles from Hidden Springs is Rocky Gap Resort & Casino, exit #50 off of interstate 68. They offer many amenities... Jack Nicklaus Golf course, casino, spa, dining and live entertainment! Lake Habeeb has swimming in their 243 acre lake that also offers a peaceful kayaking experience.

Now complete to Pittsburgh, the 150-mile Great Allegheny Passage connects with the 184.5-mile C&O Canal Towpath at Cumberland, Md. to create a 334.5- mile route between Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C. free from traffic and motorized vehicles. The Montour Branch will, when completed, connect McKeesport to the

Pittsburgh Airport and Coraopolis.

Old Bedford Village welcomes you to discover America's history. Our living history village brings the past into the present. Old Bedford Village offers a rich variety of educational and entertainment activities. Visitors of all ages will enjoy our military and civilian re enactments, colonial crafts, exhibits, and instructions, festivals, murder/mystery evenings, old fashion Christmas evenings and more!

The Visitor center features a spacious exhibit full of interactive and educational displays about the history of the C&O Canal and Cumberland Pass through a model of the Paw Paw tunnel and step back into the hey day of the canal. Awaiting you is a life size section of a canal boat. View exhibits on the Canal's construction, cargo,

mules, and crew.

The Gordon-Robert's house is an 1867 Victorian built home originally built for Joseph Gordon, the then President of the C & O Railroad. It's now a museum so you can explore life in the late 1800"s.

Your adventure begins at the historic Western Maryland Railway Station in the “Queen City” of Cumberland. Enjoy the sights, smells, and sounds of your journey behind one of our vintage steam or diesel engines from the comfort of one of our restored coaches. 

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