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Maryland is full of picturesque locales that are worth a visit. Here are some places you can have a weekend adventure.

Away from Deep Creek Lake, Maryland's state parks and forests offer serenity and good hikes through a couple of natural oddities
The small town offers a quaint fall getaway and is close to the nearby Catoctin Mountains, which are typically filled with colorful foliage.
Visit the Eastern Shore town of Cambridge and you’re bound to encounter an unmatched level of history and a complementary level of laid-back entertainment that runs just as deep.
Frederick is an ideal destination for a weekend getaway. Here's a guide of the best attractions, eats, shopping and more.
The sweet spot of fall ¿ the crisp air and changing leaves amid sunshine on a surprisingly warm afternoon ¿ was on full display in historic Ellicott City in Maryland on a recent weekday.
Sykesville's charming Main Street has sprouted new businesses within the past few years, drawing in crowds from all over the state to experience the slew of restaurants, shops and entertainment situated in a less than a mile stretch. Here, you're bound to bump into the same tourist and resident more than once in a day, but that's what makes it great.
The quaint town of St. Michaels offers an irresistible dichotomy as soon as you hit its main drag, Talbot Street.
Havre de Grace is a quintessential coastal Maryland town: all blue skies, calming water views and laid-back atmosphere.
It had felt too long since we last visited Annapolis, but there it was ¿ just as beautiful as we remembered.
A 2 1/2-hour drive from Baltimore, Cumberland in Western Maryland offers a quaint mix of history and the new, with shopping, arts, activities and more.
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