Catoctin Mountain Scenic Byway


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Catoctin Mountain Scenic Byway

Address:c/o Tourism Council of Frederick County
19 East Church St
Frederick, MD 21701

Phone:800-999-3613
Web: www.fredericktourism.org Description:Byway provides access to two national parks, the state's highest waterfall, abundant hiking and biking trails, as well as historic downtown areas and Civil War sites. Home to Camp David, the nearby Catoctin Mountain National Park (see separate entry in National Parks section) contains thousands of acres of federally protected land, including an extensive trail system and camping areas.
Legth: 38 miles. Start/Endpoint: From the Pennsyvania state line, south on US 15 and US 340 to the Potomac River at the Virginia state line. Time to Allow: 1 hour. Designation/Year: National Scenic Byway (2005).

See other parks in Maryland.