Ready for a beautiful day trip? The best part is that along with scenery, you’ll also spend very little along your journey. This affordable Maryland day trip takes you to a shrine, orchard, winery, and an overlook. Read on, and prepare for one fantastic adventure!

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Are there any other stops you would add along this affordable Maryland road trip? What are your favorite Maryland trips that don’t break the bank? Let us know in the comments!

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What are the best day trips in MD?

Day trips are a wonderful way to explore on a dime, as you don't need to spring for multiple meals or lodging (though there are plenty of affordable places to stay in Maryland, if you're wondering!). Here are some of our favorite day trips in Maryland; and, as a bonus, many of these MD attractions are free to visit!

  • Wisp Resort. Looking to embrace winter in Maryland? It isn't winter in MD without a trip to Wisp Resort in Western Maryland! This attraction is known for skiing, but its other winter activities include snowshoeing, snow tubing, and taking a ride on the alpine coaster.
  • Historic St. Mary's City is a must for Marylanders at least once. Head to this former colonial town to learn what life was like in Maryland centuries ago. The historic ships are especially cool at this epic MD attraction!
  • Walkersville Southern Railroad. Is there anything better than a train day trip in Maryland? We sure don't think so! While this is a fun activity all year long, in November, Walkersville Southern Railroad hosts their beloved Santa trains, which is a MD family favorite. All aboard!