Deep Creek Lake Art & Wine Festival for 2020 has been cancelled – at least in the traditional sense. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, they will not be having this late summer event at the Garrett County fairgrounds. However, organizers found a work around. It gives you the opportunity to have some fun and support great local causes.
Deep Creek Lake Art & Wine Festival Online
Since you can’t come to the festival, they are bringing it to you! You have a chance to win 1 of 5 weekend adventures. Packages include dinner, lodging, outdoor adventures and 2 tickets to the 2021 Deep Creek Lake Art & Wine Festival!
137 Parkside North Court has truly amazing views of Deep Creek Lake! You can see for miles. I am pleased to bring this new listing to you and am excited to share the details of this exceptional home.
About 137 Parkside North Court
Offering 5 bedrooms and 4 baths, this stunning log home is situated on .71 acres.
The spacious main level is highlighted by exposed beams, gleaming hardwood floors, and a stone (gas) fireplace. Floor-to-ceiling windows are a focal point. They frame the picturesque lake view that changes with each season.
The open floor plan is ideal for entertaining. The kitchen features granite counters, a large center island, and stainless steel appliances. There is ample seating at the table and kitchen island along with a charming breakfast nook.
Deep Creek Lake fireworks are something that everyone looks forward to year-after-year. Due to COVID-19, many summer events have been cancelled. Keeping everyone safe it of utmost importance.
That being said, this favorite local event is NOT cancelled. The July 4th Deep Creek Lake fireworks are happening as scheduled. Much to the delight of area residents and vacationers, the Garrett County Chamber of Commerce is proceeding with their plans.
When are the Deep Creek Lake Fireworks?
The Deep Creek Lake fireworks are scheduled for Saturday, July 4, 2020. They will begin at approximately 9:30PM. In the event of inclement weather, they will be held on the 5th at the same time. You can tune in to local radio stations: 104.5 WKHJ, 92.3 WKTQ, 95.9 WKTZ, 1050 WMSG radio for live updates on the status of the fireworks.
48 Old Camp Road is located in the gated North Camp community. This mountaintop area has become increasingly popular with second home owners as well as guests visiting the Deep Creek Lake area.
About 48 Old Camp Road
Currently listed at $649,000, this exquisite Mountaineer Log Home is truly a beautiful property inside and out. The spacious main level has an open floor plan that is ideal for entertaining. Hardwood floors, cathedral ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows are highlights. An easy to use gas fireplace is the focal point of the great room.
The kitchen has granite counters and lots of work space for the chef in your family. Both the dining area and kitchen have easy access to the deck making cookouts a breeze. The adjacent sitting area is a spot that you will absolutely love. It is a cozy space with a wood burning fireplace that is just right for coffee in the morning or drinks in the evening.
The main level also has a spacious master suite with hardwood floors. The attached bath has a lovely tile shower as well.
Upstairs, there is a roomy loft that adds to your living space and can also be used as additional sleeping quarters. Two bedrooms flank the hall bath on this floor.
2351 Shingle Camp Road is a new listing that has beautiful lake and mountain views. This stunning chalet is in a prime location and also has an excellent history as an income producing vacation rental.
About 2351 Shingle Camp Road
The spacious main level is highlighted by gleaming hardwood floors, cathedral ceilings, a cozy gas fireplace, and a wall of windows with scenic views. It has an open floor plan that is ideal for entertaining. The living area is perfect for get-togethers with your favorite people. The fully equipped kitchen and large dining area make eating-in a treat, especially with gas range and ample counter space.
There is a master suite on the main level with a private bath. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms that share a full bath in the hall.
295 Paradise Acres Road is a lakefront home located on a quiet cove. Offering lovely views of Deep Creek Lake, it is the perfect Western Maryland escape.
About 295 Paradise Acres Road
Situated on .41 acres, this 3 bedroom, 2 bath log cabin has lake views from nearly every room. The spacious interior is immediately inviting. Hardwood floors along with wood walls and ceilings create the perfect mountain vibe. The stone, wood burning fireplace is a focal point of the main level. A large living area leads into the dining area and kitchen.
Offering 192 feet of lakefront, new listing offers #lakelife at its best! 1544 Stockslager Road is a classic Deep Creek Lake chalet with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths nestled among the trees. It has an established vacation rental history and is known to guests as Creekside Cove.
About 1544 Stockslager Road
The spacious interior has the perfect mountain vibe. The main level has an open layout that is ideal for get-togethers. A massive, floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace is the focal point. It is easy to imagine gathering around a crackling fire on a crisp autumn night.
The well-equipped kitchen has all of the essentials and plenty of counter space. There is a separate dining area as well. Doors lead to the deck to make grilling more convenient, plus they reveal seasonal lake views.
Perhaps you were about to put up the ‘For Sale’ sign on your front lawn at the start of 2020. Or, perhaps you’d just uprooted and were excited to purchase a new home and put down some roots. As a seasoned real estate agent in the Deep Creek Lake area, I can easily help you navigate the real estate waters even amidst a national pandemic. Luckily, the area is still seeing plenty of supply and demand, so you should have no problem staying on track — and possibly getting ahead — in this new world of real estate.
Selling tips during coronavirus
While the economy grinds to a halt due to COVID-19, it’s still entirely possible to continue marketing your home. Since real estate agents are trying to cut down on in-person tours, that means it’s now more important than ever to market your listing to the best of your ability. Get professional photos taken, or ask your real estate agent for tips on how to take high-quality listing photos from your iPhone.
In addition to your listing photos, virtual video tours are now becoming the new norm in the real estate world. In fact, 55% of real estate agents are doubling down on virtual tours. It’s easy to take videos right from your phone as well. But remember — just because the prospective buyers won’t be viewing your property in person, doesn’t mean you should forgo proper preparation. Clean, declutter, and stage as you would for a normal showing.
Casselman River Bridge State Park attracts everyone from ardent anglers to hardcore history buffs. Once part of a busy thoroughfare known as “Little Crossings,” the four acre park is home to both trophy size trout and a bridge that made history with its innovative design.
About the Casselman River
Rising atop the plateau of Western Maryland, the Casselman River follows a great arc across the Laurel Highlands of Somerset County, PA to the appropriately named town of Confluence, where Laurel Hill Creek joins a few yards above the Youghiogheny River. The Casselman River is relatively wide and has a variety of habitats. Anglers will find deep runs, large deep holes and even some pocket water. The streambed consists of mainly cobble-size stone, making wading easier when compared to other area rivers. Natural flows can fluctuate especially during the spring, so be sure to check with the DNR for flow conditions. Flows less than 150 cubic feet per second (cfs) are typically considered good fishing flows. The trout fishery in the Casselman River Delayed Harvest Trout Fishing Area is managed using adult hatchery brown and rainbow trout stocked each spring and fall. Many of these trout are truly trophy size and can reach sizes greater than 5 pounds! The Delayed Harvest Trout Fishing Area management scheme includes a Catch and Release Season when anglers may use artificial lures or flies only. Consult the Maryland Freshwater Sportfishing Guide for complete details. Keep in mind that most of the land bordering the Casselman River is privately owned farmland. The Casselman River Bridge State Park is the only public land bordering the Delayed Harvest Area.