13 Top Rainy Day Activities at Deep Creek Lake, MD. So you come to spend time with us here at Deep Creek Lake and it’s raining. Don’t fret! We have plenty of things for you to do to have a fun vacation until the skies return to sunshine.
1. Deep Creek Lake Discovery Center– The Department of Natural Resources interpretive environmental center is a 6,000 square foot facility that includes classroom and conference areas complete with audio visual technology and wifi. They have daily activities and you can view their critters anytime.
2. Fun Unlimited, Funland or Smileys. Get a pizza and play arcade games with the family at these fun and established arcades/ pizza parlors.
6. Deep Creek Lavender Farm- Deep Creek Lavender farm is a small farm located in the Allegheny Mountains of Western Maryland near the four season resort area of Wisp and Deep Creek Lake. Walk the farm and visit the gift shop.
Check out this listing by Betsy Spiker Holcomb from Taylor Made Vacations and Sales. Check out this listing by Betsy Spiker Holcomb from Taylor Made Vacations and Sales. Pinnacle Overlook is a beautiful contemporary home with a single dock slip in The Pinnacle community of Deep Creek Lake. Located just 1-2 miles from the DCL State Park and restaurants, cinema, shopping and live music.
Offering 5 bedrooms (3 masters) with 3,690 square feet of living space, two wood burning fireplaces, cathedral ceilings, an open floor plan, outdoor hot tub, multiple decks, game room and two family rooms. Established rental home with transferrable bookings in place for immediate income!
This neighborhood has a great feel along with lake access, lakeside clubhouse, well-maintained grounds, paved roads and a community tennis court.
1163 Deep Creek Drive Unit 1-McHenry Maryland. Water and slope views both can be enjoyed from 1163 Deep Creek Drive. Unit 1 is a lovingly cared for one-level unit with a wood burning fireplace in the living room and an open living/kitchen/dining area.
This condo has two bedrooms and two bathrooms and is located in the Pinebreeze community. In the summer you can walk directly from your living room to the grassy lakeside area and your single dock slip. In the winter you can enjoy the view of the ski slopes at Wisp Mountain as you sit by the fireplace and enjoy your hot chocolate or coffee.
A paved driveway with community amenities, such as snow removal, lawn maintenance, exterior maintenance, landscaping and outdoor grilling stations are included as part of the deal with this property. Common areas include basketball courts and horseshoe pits. There is also a community area of picnic tables and charcoal grills.
Located on almost one acre, 92 Ryans Lane is perfect for the first time home buyer. The three bedroom, 2 bathroom home has been an established rental for someone who is considering entering into the landlord business and was producing $800 a month.
This one story home is located on a private lane off of Maryland Highway/Route 135. There is a detached one-car garage to protect your vehicle from the elements of Garrett County weather. A firepit and a large yard make for excellent outdoor family gatherings.
Open kitchen, dining room and living room provide for easy everyday living. A large living room presents plenty of space for entertaining guests and making and sharing special memories.
4076 Blooming Rose Road-Gorgeous Mountain Views. Gorgeous mountain views surround this log home at 4076 Blooming Rose Road. This immaculate home has special finishing touches such as a Waterford woodstove and a stained glass living room light fixture. Beautiful wood is used throughout the house-pine logs, birch floors, oak staircase, pine ceilings, and a hickory fireplace.
The open floor plan on the main level includes the kitchen, dining room, and living room which provide a welcome feeling when you walk in the front door. You are encompassed by the homey sensation of the wood and natural light and feel immediately right at home.
Three bedrooms and three bathrooms make this home a comfortable living space for a family or allows for out-of-town guests. The master bathroom has an old fashioned claw foot tub to help soak the stresses of the day away.
The front covered porch is a perfect place to relax and enjoy the view surrounding the home on all sides.
A 24’x48’ barn is included with this property that allows for plenty of storage space close at hand.
892 Marsh Hill RoadMcHenry Maryland. As unique on the outside as welcoming on the inside, 892 Marsh Hill Road offers its occupants all the creature comforts of home and adds the benefits of a beautiful lake view from many of its rooms. From the minute you walk in the door to this home it is warm and inviting.
The red cabinetry in the kitchen add character and charm to open floor space combined with the dining room, which allows room for many guests to enjoy the glory of Deep Creek Lake while also enjoying each others company. Together with the living room, the three rooms provide a great flow and space for entertaining.
Four bedrooms, two of which have their own bathrooms attached, accommodate larger families nicely ensuring everyone has their own space. However, the cozy living room provides an inviting space for everyone to come together around the stone fireplace and share their stories of the day.
Weekly updates by Betsy Spiker Holcomb of Taylor-Made Vacations and Sales, Deep Creek Lake. As you already know, I never get tired of singing the praises of Swallow Falls State Park. This weekend we did the loop hike and met some really fun visitors from Baltimore and Northern Virginia. Even after the damaging “Sandy” storm we still see a solid stand of ancient hemlock trees towering over the forest. For some visitors, it was their first glimpse of the awesome aura put off by these majestic trees that stand guard over the powerful Youghiogheny River. We finished our hike, as always, at the calming Tolliver Falls. The water is flowing at a slow and tranquil pace which makes the falls even more calming and was apparent by the group of people entranced by the sights and sounds of this special nook of the park.
Fall golfers…Be advised that the Oakland Country Club is having a late season special until the end of the month. Bring a foursome of golfers and play for $100.00 with a cart Monday-Thursday, $25 a head! Wow, you’d think we are still in the 80’s!
New restaurant alert! As you pass through the town of Accident on the way to Deep Creek Lake you will notice a re-opened cafe on the right across from the car dealership called The Moonshadow Café & Bar. The food is all local – from the meats, cheeses and vegetables. With less than a week under its belt, it has become the talk of the town so don’t miss giving it a try next visit. FYI, this Friday is a Halloween Party if you like to play dress up.
Speaking of Halloween parties, Deep Creek Lake has THE costume party at the lake!! Black Bear Tavern and Restaurant has long been the go-to place for the ghouls and goblin lovers as they pull in all the folks from in and out of town who like to get dressed up and dance the night away. If you have a will to be weird and fun, then make a special trip and take on your favorite Halloween character. Tell the owners Laura and Barry Clapsaddle hello.
Bob and I a few years back…Beauty and the Beast!
From the real estate front, the September market numbers are all up versus a year ago, as you will see on the attached report. We have two featured listings this week. First, is a quaint home in a lush, garden setting with a large, open main level and a 3-car garage and a Price Reduction http://vt.realbiz360.com/Listing-1032448.html. Also, we just listed a great lakefront home site on Stockslager Road with 135’ of waterfront and a Type A dock permit http://mrislistings.mris.com/DE.asp?ID=54711201519.
Now is a great time to look at real estate. With the fall season winding down and snow on the way (yes, this week!!) fewer of our homes are booked making it easy to show them with a moment’s notice. Enjoy your week!
Deep Creek Lake, Maryland. Just a hair west of the Eastern Continental Divide on a large Plateau called Tablelands, and just a bit East of Morgantown, West Virginia home of the Mountaineers, you will find the up and coming resort town of Deep Creek Lake. Maryland. The mighty Youghiogheny River carves through the panhandle of Maryland’s Garrett County mountains as it flows north through Pennsylvania and finally merges with the famous three rivers in the steel town of Pittsburgh then funnels to the Mississippi River and eventually drains into The Gulf of Mexico. Deep Creek Lake was a very popular get away for the rich and well-to-do folks who were trying to escape the brutal humid heat that dominated the East Coast at the turn of the century. Henry Ford, Harvey Firestone and Thomas Edison often camped at Maryland’s highest waterfall, Muddy Creek falls which is only minutes from the northern end of the lake. Deep Creek Lake was in fact created when the DCL Dam was constructed in 1928, which gave this tranquil mountain environment another valuable asset and catapulted the area into becoming Maryland’s diamond in the rough. The lake slowly evolved to support lake recreational activities such as boating, sailing, fishing, swimming, and waterskiing and whose main stream popularity gained momentum through the decades to become the centerpiece for tourism in the state of Maryland. In 1955, Mr. Ace Heise turned the cow pastures of Marsh Mountain into a make shift ski area that slowly evolved into one of the premier ski resorts on the east coast, Wisp Resort. The power trio of Wisp Resort, Deep Creek Lake, and the Youghiogheny River stand as the nucleus to the county thriving abundantly with recreational activities year round. Activities include; hiking, river and lake fishing, camping, snowshoeing, boating, sailing, wakeboarding, slalom skiing, ATV riding, snowmobiling, kayaking, snow skiing, snowboarding, zip lining, dune buggy trails, ice skating, a roller coaster, and jet skiing to name a few. With the popularity of the lake came more and more events to entertain locals and tourist alike. Events like: The Autumn Glory Festival & Parade, The Deep Creek Dunk, The Cardboard Box Derby, Deep Creek Lake Art and Wine Festival, K-9 Tunes and Brews, Winter Fest, Aquapooloza and many more throughout the season. Take a little time before your next visit to DCL and dig up some facts and history in the archives of the internet so your appreciation for this special town can be fully understood.
Deep Creek Lake and Wisp Resorts 55th Birthday Party
Wisp Resort has reached another epic milestone this weekend as they celebrated their 55th Birthday as the go-to ski resort on the East Coast. What better way to celebrate than bringing in Food Network’s most popular cake artists, Charm City Cakes. Duff Goldman led the charge straight off the snowboard slope to christen and cut the cake with his crew. It was standing room only on Sunday in the Wisp Lodge to get a glimpse of the cake re-creation of the Wisp Mountain and the Ski & Golf Resort. The snow has been steadily pounding us here at Deep Creek Lake and skiing conditions are improving with every new inch we receive. Wisp has had their snowmaking efforts rolling around the clock for the last couple weeks to ensure that we had a full parking lot of skiers to celebrate their wonderful milestone Birthday party.