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Myersville is a town in Frederick County, Maryland, that was incorporated in 1904. The county is in the northeast section of Maryland and borders on the states of Pennsylvania and Virginia. Within the county, visitors will find the Catoctin Mountain Park (which includes the presidential retreat Camp David) and Fort Detrick. Frederick County has a number of famous people who live or have lived there, including Francis Scott Key (who wrote the lyrics to the American national anthem).
Book an RV in Frederick County, and you will have your choice from a wide and varied selection of RV makes and models. There are some other towns that are worth visiting at least once. Hagerstown has a number of early buildings, most notably churches, constructed from upper Stonehenge limestone; the limestone was displaced by brick and cement in later buildings. Emmitsburg is home to two Catholic pilgrimage sites, the National Shrine Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, and the Basilica and National Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. Westminster has the longest continuously running Memorial Day Parade in the nation; its parade was first held in 1868. Middletown was named due to its location midway between the Catoctin and South Mountain ranges. New Market promotes itself as the "Antique capital of Maryland." Your Myersville travel trailer rental is your introduction to the history of this area; where you go from there is up to you.
South Mountain State Park is an undisturbed outdoor recreation area near the South Mountain Ridge and the Potomac River. It has no recognizable entry point but can be accessed from a few different locations by foot. The ridge top of South Mountain is part of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail, and the mountain has several spectacular vistas from which hikers can see the entire valley below. A variety of wildlife can be observed within the park, but visitors should keep their distance; hunting is allowed with the appropriate licenses. Keep your Myersville camper rental nearby, and you can return to the lap of luxury when your outdoor excursions are done.
Greenbrier State Park is a multi-use outdoor recreation area centered around a human-made lake in the Appalachian Mountains. The lake has a sandy beach where guests can enjoy swimming; boating and fishing are allowed on the lake, and there are miles upon miles of hiking trails winding through various habitats. It has a visitor's center, picnic areas, and some camping spots; a beach wheelchair can be borrowed if necessary.
Antietam National Battlefield is the final resting place of the soldiers who died at the Battle of Antietam, Robert E. Lee's first northern invasion in September of 1862. Thousands of soldiers were lost in the battle. The confusion caused by the aftermath of the battle led to haphazard burial plans, and by 1864, a plan was drawn up to create a proper graveyard for the soldiers' remains; the cemetery was completed by 1867, and then-president Andrew Johnson and other dignitaries attended its formal opening. Today the historic area serves as a reminder to what happened and what was lost.
There are a number of RV parks and campgrounds in the area surrounding Myersville, and some may have tent camping or mobile homes. Your Myersville RV trailer rental is all you will need to have a relaxing and comfortable vacation.
Harpers Ferry Campground is a rustic RV park near the Potomac River just across the border in West Virginia. The park has a bathhouse and a camp store where guests can buy firewood and other necessities; RV sites have water and electrical hookups, and there is a dumping station close by. There are rental cabins, and some sites are available for tent camping.
There are a multitude of things to see and do around Myersville, including a number of urban parks and an underground cave that offers guided tours of the crystal formations inside. One of the parks is situated on the Ohio Canal and is a great place for hiking and cycling. There are several museums, and one is dedicated to local auto and rail history, with interactive exhibits that will start at the push of a button. Those who would prefer to stay in the city can check out a walking food tour or head straight for a local creamery selling homemade ice cream. The creamery is located on a farm and on certain days, young kids can help to feed the baby calves. There are breweries and distilleries, and guests can take a self-guided walking tour of the downtown area, browsing and window shopping. Don't forget to take your Myersville motorhome rental for a spin around the countryside; this is what makes RV vacations unique, and you can't do that with a hotel room.
When it is time for dinner, there are some big-name chain restaurants in town, but most venues are locally owned and operated. One local diner is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and has takeout options. A local venue that advertises itself as a cafe is actually much more, with a good beer selection and a full menu. It has a buffet and Sunday brunch, outdoor seating, and local artwork for sale. The restaurant can accommodate takeout requests and offers large portions, so visitors should consider taking their meal or the leftovers home to their Myersville luxury RV rental and enjoying it outside in their favorite lawn chair.