Get Ready For The Return Of Camel Crickets In Maryland
Cooler weather brings beautiful autumn foliage, anticipation of the holidays, and magic in the air. However, the cold season isn’t without its annoyances. This is especially true when it comes to the terrifying invaders known as camel crickets. If you’ve encountered camel crickets in Maryland, you’re not alone.
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Do you have your own stories about camel crickets in Maryland? Share below, so we can all partake in one giant group therapy session. 😉 If camel crickets haven’t sufficiently creeped you out, take at look at 14 bugs that are also found in Maryland.
Where are the best places to see fall foliage in Maryland?
Finding beautiful fall foliage in Maryland is easy. Even just a walk around your neighborhood is likely to be an enchanting experience. If you’re up for a bit of a trek, you’ll also find an abundance of places to go leaf peeping in Maryland. Deep Creek Lake, for example, has earned props as one of the best places in the U.S. to view the fall foliage. Relax by the lake or go for a drive in the area to see the views. Just don’t forget your camera. Rocky Gap State Park, Cedarville State Forest, and C & O Canal are all picture-perfect in the fall.
Which hiking trails in Maryland are best in the fall?
Hiking is one of the best ways to embrace fall in Maryland. You’ll find quite a few hiking trails in Maryland that are simply stunning in the autumn, too. Stroll within Washington Monument State Park for some of the most jaw-dropping fall foliage in the state. For sensational views that include a walk across a swinging bridge, follow the Grist Mill Trail in Patapsco Valley State Park. The 2.5-mile trail boasts a ton of natural beauty – from colorful fall foliage to Cascade Falls. It also features tunnels, bridges, and water views.
What is the most haunted place in Maryland?
If the bugs you’ll find in Maryland creep you out, wait until you visit some of its most haunted places. Fall, after all, is the ideal time to seek out the paranormal since it is the spookiest season. You can even hit the highway on one of the road trips to the most haunted places in Maryland. The haunted road trip kicks off at Rosewood Center in Owings Mills, a former home for those with mental disabilities. Today, ghost hunters tell of hearing odd sounds and seeing shadows around the buildings that still remain. Other stops on the epic trip include Hell House Altar, Glen Dale Sanatorium, and National Park Seminary.
Jamie Alvarenga is a writer, editor, and social media manager for Only In Your State.
She spends her time chasing around a curious toddler and going on coffee-fueled adventures throughout Maryland. Contact: [email protected]
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