Merry Meadows Recreation
1523 Freeland Rd. Freeland,
Police & Fire: 911
Manager Phone: (410) 343- 1319
Hospitals: South of Merry Meadows- Greater
Baltimore Medical Center
6701 N. Charles Street Towson, Md 21204
(410) 828- 2000
St. Joseph Hospital
7620 York Road Towson, Maryland
21204 (410) 337- 1000
North of Merry Meadows- York
Hospital Exit 15; I-83North York,
Pa. 17403 (717)
Meadows Is Near All Of These Attractions:
Hershey Come join the
excitement of Hershey's Chocolate World where you can have a tour of Hershey'
chocolate making plant and you can enjoy the fun of Hershey Park where there
are many fascinating ride. Here you will see:
- Beautiful Rose Gardens
- Lots of Live animals in Hershey's Zoo America
- Living history in Hershey's Museum of American Life
See the entertainers and if you
dare... try the Sooperdooper- Looper, the amazing upside down roller coaster.
It'll turn your world upside down!
Lancaster Lancaster is
Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Experience the wonderful entertainment. Enjoy
lush farms, outstanding museums, restored homes, theaters, sports activities
and diverse night life activities. The restored heritage of the 1700's is
reflected in Lancaster's many shops and restaurants. Delight in the peaceful
traditions of the Amish while savoring fresh garden food and home cooking.
Watch exciting history unfold before your very eyes. Lancaster's convenient
factory outlets offer inexpensive and quality shopping for everyone. A friendly,
warm welcome awaits you in the land of the Pennsylvania Dutch.
Annapolis The capitol
of Maryland. You'll enjoy this restored town with its early American appearance.
Here, you'll see the huge bridge spanning the Chesapeake Bay. Also, the U.S.
Navel Academy. Watch full- uniformed cadets as they parade in perfect unison.
Be sure to pick up Annapolis literature at our information center.
than you can imagine... You'll wish you had weeks to keep on seeing more of
Baltimore. From the Top of the World sky-high observatory on the 27th floor
of the World Trade Center to the depths of the ocean on view in the huge million-gallon
National Aquarium, the exciting attractions bring thousands upon thousands
of visitors to Baltimore every year. No, it is your turn! First, ask for you
free copy of "Baltimore Scene" at Merry Meadows office and information
center. It is a handy guide to what's happening in Baltimore with maps showing
the Interstate highways and local streets to help make travel in Baltimore
easy. Also available in the information racks adjacent to our information
counter are hundreds of brochures about Baltimore and nearby attractions.
In "Baltimore Information" you'll find a calendar of events, attractions,
historic houses, museums and galleries, parks, shopping centers, golf courses,
theaters, churches, tours(there are self- guided tours using your own car),
walking tours, restaurants and a map pin pointing everything. Directions
to Inner Harbor: Take I-83 south to Beltway (I-695). Take I-695 west one exit
I-83). Take I-83 south 10 miles to Lambard Street in Baltimore. Turn right
onto Lombard Street and go one block, turn left onto Market Place. Go one
block to end of street, turn left onto Pratt Street and go 1/2 block and turn
right into parking lot. Motor homes or cars with trailers proceed on Pratt
Street to end of block and turn right. Vacant lot on right for parking)
D C., the capitol city of the United States, is "your" city. Here
you will find the best of everything- warm friendly people, green parks, world-famous
museums and monuments, restaurants, night clubs and theaters. See the excitement
of Capitol Hill where laws are made. Monuments to our famous presidents. See
the history of our great nation, all free of cost at the many national museums,
plus many other attractions open to everyone. Ask for the Washington Attractions
brochure at the Merry Meadows Information Center. We recommend your first
stop be at the Washington Tourist Information Center, on Pennsylvania Avenue
NW between 14th and 15th Streets. It is just 2 blocks from the White House.
Gettysburg is filled with colorful orchards, covered bridges and mountain
scenery. Dwight D. Eisenhower thought it so beautiful that he made his home
here. But once it was a land covered with soldiers fighting a bloody battle
for freedom and liberty. Visit the battle fields of Gettysburg where one of
the greatest battles of history occurred. See the monuments, cannons and homes
representing the fight for liberty. Stand where Lincoln stood when he gave
the Gettysburg address. Discover over 20 museums and resort attractions.
at our Information Center for directions, hours and any assistance you may need
to any of the attractions on this page.
here for a MAP of the Hike & Bike Trail
Click on any of the following for a link to each attractions' web site
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