Assateague State Park is situated on Assateague Island is a barricade island. On the east face of the island is the exposed scenery of the Atlantic Ocean, with an extensive elongate of coast. In this summer this is an admired locale for swimming and surfing. On the additional protected bayside of the island there are opportunities fishing and kayaking. The island supports a variety of wildlife except is famous in particular for the untamed horses that ramble the island. The park has campsites, a camp store and eating services.
The C&O Canal operated from 1828-1924 as a haulage route, principally hauling coal alongside the Potomac River to Georgetown. Hundreds of locks lock houses, and aqueducts, are still repute as reminders of the canal's role as a carrying system throughout the Canal Era. The channel follows the way of the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. to Cumberland, MD.
Gunpowder Falls State Park provides locals and visitors with grand opportunities for hiking, fishing, canoeing, and swimming. Tourist attractions of the park are the Big and Little Gunpowder Falls on the Gunpowder River. Also situated here is Jerusalem Mill Historic Village. The restored grist granulate is today the headquarters for the park and contains a small museum. The grist grate was in function between 1772 and 1961.