A Ride On This Vintage Train In Maryland Is Perfectly Picturesque
If you’re looking for a fun expedition for the whole family to enjoy, look no further than this vintage train ride in Maryland. While we previously wrote about a popular train ride in Allegany County, this one is more centrally located and has its own unique character. This is one Maryland gem you’ll want to check out.
For more information about the Walkersville Southern Railroad and to purchase tickets for their vintage train ride in Maryland, visit the website here. Have you been on this vintage train in Maryland? What other excursions in Maryland have you done? Let us know in the comments!
If you’re a lover of historic structures, be sure to also check out these seven beautiful covered bridges.
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Vintage Train Ride In Maryland
Are there any other train rides in Maryland I can take?
There’s something so alluring about taking a train and luckily Maryland has plenty of trains you can take, including ones that travel through breathtaking scenery. In Cumberland, you can hop aboard the Mountain Limited of the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad for a 2 ½-hour journey through Allegheny County. In Baltimore, head to the B & O Railroad Museum to learn about the country’s railroad industry and take a short journey aboard an Observation Car. Learn about additional train rides in this post.
What are some of the best tours in Maryland?
There are factory tours, historical tours, and even tours on horseback offered throughout the state of Maryland. If you prefer a horseback ride, you can take a tour through a forest at Holly Ridge Farms Equestrian Center in Willards. There’s nothing quite like exploring an area by horseback. You can also tour certain areas on an ATV like at Western Trails, LLC in Oakland, Maryland. Your guided tour will take you through beautiful woodland scenery. Horseback riding is available here as well.
What are some of the best scenic drives in Maryland?
For a short yet scenic drive, take Deal Island Road (Route 363) through a varied landscape of farmland, woodlands, and the coast. Another short drive, Elliot Island Road, meanders through 19 miles of rural landscape, tree-lined streets, over bridges, and picturesque small towns. And then there’s Interstate 68 which will take you through hills, charming towns, an epic overlook, and more! Maryland is a stunning state with plenty of scenic roadways to choose from.