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Hamlets Scroll of Washington County MD’s
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The Town of Hancock MD, is in Washington County MD.
It is in the far west side of Washington County MD and borders West Virginia, and Pennsylvania.
Although not widely known, there is significant US History in this town that helped the nation grow. From the C&O canal to the Bank Road that became part of the National Pike that help commerce flow from Eastern MD to Western MD and beyond. It was also a hot spot during the American Civil war as a flow of troops traveled through Hancock MD.
It is easily accessible by interstate 70 traveling East towards Clear Spring MD, Hagerstown MD, Funkstown MD, Smithsburg MD and beyond, and 70 West into Pennsylvania. Also 522 into Berkeley Springs WV.
For a true local Business Directory Visit Hamlet Scroll of Washington County MD biz directory of Hancock MD where you will find places to eat, Hotels in Hancock MD, auto services, and more.
Hamlet Scroll of Washington County MD gives you several ways to stay up to date with Hancock MD.
From dinning deals and specials, to The Scene of Arts and Entertainment, Community Events, and Things to Do. Just Follow the links to the Facebook Pages, are the RSS links.
The closes incorporated Town in Washington County MD is Clear Spring MD.
Some of the Notable Events things to do in Hancock MD are
Hancock MD National Night Out- This is a nationwide event with the attention of the community coming together with law enforcement, rescue, and other local resources.
Hancock MD Canal Apple Days
This is just a small list of Things To Do in Hancock MD. Stay up to date by following one or more of the Facebook Pages for Hamlets Scroll of Washington County MD. Each are directed to certain topics such as Community Events, Entertainment, Dining Deals and Specials, and more.
Are you passing through Hancock MD, and need to stretch your legs? Here are some more Things To Do in Hancock MD.
Visit the C&O Canal—This has now become great for recreational. It consist of either a paved or crushed stone path that is mostly shaded by a canopy of older trees. You can catch some local wildlife here. It is good for a brisk walk, or bike ride. You could camp out at Fort Frederick, and bike into Hancock for lunch. If you are just bike riding, it is a scenic ride.
Visit the Sidling Hill Museum–In brief, Sidling Hill was a big step at extending Interstate 70 from east to West. The mountain was moved.
Links to the information found on this site.
>Official Hancock MD website