Where will your summer adventures take you? If you’re a fan of splashing around, this little known swimming spot is a must-visit and is perfect for the whole family. Check out Cascade Lake in Maryland at Coppermine Cascade Park, which includes a swimming hole, splash park, and more. This classic spot will also make you feel oh-so nostalgic and will help you create happy family memories.

Learn more about what Cascade Lake has to offer in the below video:


2844 Snydersburg Rd

Hampstead, MD 21074

For more information, including dates you can visit this unique spot, visit the Cascade Lake page on the Maryland tourism website. One fun time to visit is to see Cascade Lights during the holiday season.

Have you been to Cascade Lake in Maryland? Share your experience in the comments! Love old fashioned swimming holes? Here are 10 swimming holes in Maryland you definitely want to check out.

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What is there for kids to do in summer in Maryland?

Summer in Maryland, for many, means having the kiddos home from school. Fortunately, we live in a state that’s brimming with fun things to do all summer long. If you want to play along, join the kids in a few (or more) rides down the Big Slide at Municipal Park in Rocky Ridge. Just remember to bring a blanket or a towel, so you can speed down the massive slide even faster.

If you need to tire the kids out, you can’t go wrong on an easy hike. You’ll find a full menu of kid-friendly hikes in Maryland that measure less than mile. Savage Mill Trail, for example, clocks in at .8 miles.

What are the best waterparks in Maryland?

What do you get when you combine roller coasters and a fun water park in Maryland? A trip to Six Flags in Bowie, of course! Spend your day staying cool at the quirky water park that’s bursting with attractions – from a wave pool to steep waterslides. Then head over to ride the roller coasters.

Frontier Town in Berlin is another great water park in Maryland. It’s also a campground, so you can stay overnight if you want. The campground’s water park boasts slides, a splash pad, and a lazy river, so you’ll definitely find something fun to do.

Which beach in Maryland has the most pristine sand?

Maryland is home to numerous beaches, each of which provides a beautiful place to unwind and cool down. If you’re looking for the most pristine sand in Maryland, make your way to Assateague Island, famous for its wild horses. The pristine white sand is so soft that it can’t be built upon, so it remains unspoiled. Go for a stroll in the soft sand to find a quiet spot away from the crowds. Camping on the beach is also allowed.

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