Frederick and Western Maryland

Frederick is a great home base for exploring the region's lush mountain forests, powerful national battlefields, and quaint historic towns.

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  • 1. Casselman River Bridge

    Bridge/Tunnel

    By the time you spot the picturesque Casselman River Bridge, you're almost in Grantsville. This single-span stone arch bridge ½ mi east of town...Read More

  • 2. Loy's Station Covered Bridge

    Bridge/Tunnel

    Rustic and painted red, Loy's Station Covered Bridge rattles when cars roll across. Snap pictures of the bridge, built in 1848 and renovated...Read More

  • 3. Roddy Road Covered Bridge

    Bridge/Tunnel

    Roddy Road Covered Bridge, built in 1856, is north of Thurmont, just off Route 15. The smallest of the covered bridges, it's surrounded by a...Read More

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