No trip to Rocky Gap is complete without a bit of exploration. Rich history and untouched nature await you in the surrounding Cumberland, Maryland area. For additional trip ideas, visit www.mdmountainside.com.
Cumberland is a town built on rich history with a majestic nature. Wander into Downtown and feel right at home; enjoy a good meal or a classic play at the theatre. Whatever you discover, you can be sure that your day or night on the town will be a cherished memory.
Visitors to Rocky Gap State Park can enjoy a plethora of recreational activities. Boaters and fishing enthusiasts will find plenty to see and do on the mountain lake, a 243-acre lake at the heart of the park. Enjoy hiking and mountain biking as well as hunting and bird watching. Visit the park's website for more information.
This 150-mile system that currently runs from Cumberland, MD to Duquesne, PA will take a biker all the way to Pittsburgh, PA once completed. The trail has a packed limestone surface for a smooth ride. Built mainly on abandoned rail beds, the trail is nearly level with the average grade of less than 1%. In winter, throw on a pair of cross-country skis or snowshoes and see parts of the Passage in a whole new light. In warm-weather months, the Great Allegheny Passage is an ideal destination for bikers, hikers and the occasional wanderer. For more information about the Great Allegheny Passage, click here.
Rewards Club members receive 10% off art purchased at the Saville Gallery. The gallery is located at 9 N. Centre Street in downtown Cumberland. There is always something new to see at the Saville Gallery with exhibits changing every 3 to 4 weeks. Club members present their card when making their purchase at the gallery. Visit the gallery website for more information.