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  • The Battle of Gettysburg (a Union victory) was a turning point in the Civil War. Often referred to as the "High Water Mark of the Confederacy",...

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  • The 42-acre man-made lake and beach draw many visitors who enjoy swimming, canoeing, hiking, picnicking, fishing and hunting. Picnic tables, grills, playgrounds...

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  • Harpers Ferry witnessed John Brown's attack on slavery in 1859, the largest surrender of Federal troops during the Civil War, and the education of former...

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  • Roadside park showcasing historic stone demijohn from the original Jug Bridge, with picnic tables and a marker commemorating Lafayette's visit to Frederick....

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  • Known as the "Battle That Saved Washington", the battle of Monocacy in 1864 between 18,000 Confederate forces under General Jubal Early, and...

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  • The State Battlefield park encompasses the three gaps (Crampton's, Fox's, and Turner's gaps) that were the scene of the Sept 14, 1862 battle, just days...

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  • Located on the Ridge of South Mountain, the South Mountain State Park extends the length of the mountain from Pen-Mar to Weverton.  Battle of South...

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  • On the summit of South Mountain, a spur of the Blue Ridge chain, stands the rugged stone tower known as The Washington Monument, the first monument dedicated...

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