ALLEGANY COUNTY MARYLAND


Allegany County Map


Allegany County is in the western portion of Maryland. Allegany County was formed in 1789 from Washington County. Allegany comes from the Native American word oolikhanna, meaning "beautiful stream."

There are three state parks; Dan's Mountain State Park, Green Ridge State Forest and Rocky Gap State Park.

Rocky Gap State Park (exit 50 off I-68) is great for trails and views of Lake Habeeb. The lake has swimming beaches, boat ramps, as wells as rentals for boats, canoes, paddle boats and kayaks. The park has camping sites.

Green Ridge State Forest (exit 64 off I-68) has lots of wildlife and views with biking and backpacking trails. Good for off-road driving, canoeing, kayaking, fishing and hunting.

Dan's Mountain State Park (9 miles south of Frostburg) is the smallest in Western Maryland. The Olympic-size pool with water slide attract families with kids.

Size: 557 Square Miles
County Seat: Cumberland
Government Form: Since 1974 Code Home Rule
Population 2000: 74,930
Median income for a household (2000): $30,821
Median income for a family (2000): $39,886

Cities in Allegany County

Barton (21521) Corriganville (21524) Cresaptown (21505)
Cumberland Eckhart Mines (21528) Ellerslie (21529)
Flintstone (21530) Frostburg (21532) LaVale (21502)
Little Orleans (21765) Lonaconing (21539) Luke (21540)
Midland (21542 Midlothian (21543) Mount Savage (21545)
Oldtown (21555) Pinto (21556) Rawlings (21557)
Spring Gap (21560) Westernport (21540) blank

Allegany County Resources

Allegany County Chamber of Commerce
The Mountainside of Maryland
Allegany College of Maryland
Frostburg State University
Allegany County Government
Allegany Arts Council
Allegany County Public Schools
Allegany County Health Department
Allegany County Library System






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