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Western Maryland is a great place to visit at any time of the year, as there’s a wide variety of exciting activities and attractions to keep RVers entertained in all four seasons. Whether you feel like hitting the slopes with your snowboard and skis, celebrating fall foliage with a festival, or swimming in one of the many scenic lakes, you can do all this and more in western Maryland.

Before embarking on your western Maryland RV rental vacation, it’s important to check the opening days and times for the following attractions, as well as the campground dates and availability. While some campgrounds are open year-round, some are only open during the summer months.

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Antietam Highlands Wine Trail

Maryland’s wineries offer a wine to suit every visitor’s taste, whether you prefer reds, whites, meads, ciders, or fruit wines. Wine lovers visiting western Maryland won’t want to miss the famous Antietam Highlands Wine Trail, as it offers winery tours like no other region! Following the wine trail also gives visitors an opportunity to get up-close and admire the rolling hills and beautiful vineyards of the area.

The Antietam Highlands Wine Trail consists of five local wineries, a distillery and a meadery, plus the trail also passes the world-famous Antietam National Battlefield and several other Civil War battlefields and sites.

Where to Camp

The Hagerstown / Antietam Battlefield KOA is located just 15 miles from the Antietam National Battlefield, which is a monument that the wine trail passes by. The campground offers RV sites with a maximum pull-thru length of 60 feet. It also has 50 amp services and full hookups.

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Garrett County Autumn Glory Festival

The annual Autumn Glory Festival is a five-day celebration taking place in Garrett County, the most western county in the state. It occurs in Autumn (in October) and celebrates the stunning, local fall foliage. The community often predicts that over 50,000 people will make their way to the festival each year. The festival includes plenty of family-friendly attractions and events, including parades, concerts, band competitions, art exhibits, antiques, craft shows and so much more. According to MSN Travel, it’s among the best fall festivals in the world!

There’s also a self-guided Fall Foliage Driving Tour available for those wanting to soak-up the fall beauty in its entirety, plus families will love taking part in unique festival activities such as a mushroom identification course, car show, no hands sundae eating contest, and wine and beer tasting. There’s something new and exciting on offer every year!

Where to Camp

Bumble Bee RV Park & Campground is located within Garrett County, making it a great base from which to access the festival’s events and attractions. It provides 20, 30, and 50 amp services, including electric, water, and sewer hookups.

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Wisp Resort

If you’re visiting the region and fancy taking part in some snow sports, Wisp Resort is the place to go! It’s Maryland's only four-season ski, golf and recreation destination resort, so is certainly worth the visit.

The activities on offer at this place are astonishing, including everything from snow tubing, cross country skiing, and ice skating, to canopy tour zip lines, scenic chairlift rides, archery, segway tours, whitewater rafting, pontoon boat tours, and so much more.

Two highly-ranked golf courses are also available on-site, as are numerous dining and shopping options. Whether you’re craving an alcoholic beverage, a hot mug of cocoa, or a spot of clothes shopping, it’s all here at western Maryland’s Wisp Resort.

Where to Camp

The Double G RV Park is located just 1.7 miles from Wisp Resort, making it an RV-friendly accommodation option for those wanting to stay nearby. It offers RV sites with 30 – 50 amp services and full hookups. It also includes amenities such as toilets, showers, laundry facilities, and a camp store.

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The Great Allegheny Passage

The Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) is a mostly flat bicycle and walking trail measuring 150 miles from Pittsburgh to Cumberland in Maryland. What makes it so special though is its scenery, as the passage’s visitors can enjoy winding rivers, historic railroad tunnels, arches, and bridges.

The GAP Trail also has an App which allows its visitors to log their trips, review amenities and keep up-to-date with trail news. Additionally, an official TrailGuide can be purchased and it features places to eat and stay, maps, and points of interest along the trail.

Visitors will also find a lengthy list of bike rental destinations if they need to hire a bicycle for the trail. A number of bike tours are also available for those wanting to experience the Great Allegheny Passage with an experienced guide.

Where to Camp

Spring Gap Campground is located within the region, serving as a convenient place to accommodate your western Maryland RV rental while you explore the passage. The campground can accommodate RVs up to 20 feet in length.

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Appalachian Collection

Located at the Allegany College of Maryland Library in Cumberland, the Appalachian Collection is a large assortment of books, journals, oral history pamphlets, clippings, photographs, maps, and genealogies which allow visitors to discover the history of western Maryland on a deeper level.

It’s a great place to waste the day away, burying your head in a book, and children will love learning about this region in such a fascinating and interactive way.

Where to Camp

The Spring Gap Campground (mentioned previously) is the most central, RV-friendly campground located in Cumberland.

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Thankfully, there are tons of RV rental locations in western Maryland and RVshare can help you find the perfect rental that suits your needs.

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Whether you need a motorhome rental in western Maryland or a one-way RV rental so you can visit Maryland and fly home afterward, RVshare can help you find the western Maryland camper rental you need for your vacation.

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