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Marriottsville had a rocky beginning, what with a disastrous railroad car derailing with dozens of local leaders aboard in 1836 and a flood in 1866 that wiped out a prosperous mill. Currently unincorporated, this town sprung from land on the estate of General Richard Marriott in the late 1600s. From 1965 to the mid-70s, large pieces of Marriottsville, formerly known as Alpha, were parceled out in hopes of forming a community development. Ironically, it was chosen as a landfill site instead. Further issues arose when groundwater was found to have some contamination. Now, however, Marriottsville has proven to be a down-to-earth place to stop for a bit of relaxation or a bite to eat.
Nestled amongst the Maryland hills and riverways, Marriottsville sits at 39°21′00″N 76°53′58″W in Carroll County. It’s only a few hours west of Chesapeake Bay and about an hour’s commute south towards Washington DC depending on traffic.
Marriottsville weather is typical of New England, with summer temps usually only reaching the high eighties and the “comfort index” at the average mark, making it predictably warm in summer and cold in winter. Precipitation falls about one third of the days in a given year with average rainfall around 40 inches a year and snowfall at 25 inches a year.
New England may be best known for its fall foliage and plentiful antiquing trade, but look a little farther afield and see clothing boutiques and thrift stores that will tempt your pocketbook and sense of whimsy.
A hopping tavern keeps your favorite drafts on tap and grilled burgers piling your plate. But you definitely don’t want to miss the all-time favorite hot spot just minutes away from Marriottsville: The Original Woodstock Snowball Stand will keep you cool on a hot summer day.
With nightlife hits only minutes away, there’s plenty to entertain you once the sun goes down over the western hills. From bars to food to live music, you’re only a short drive away from nighttime fun when you’re in Marriottsville.
When it comes to notable landmarks that make an area worth a visit, there’s more than meets the eye on offer at Marriottsville. The following are destination-worthy in their own right.
It’s a small town with small town schools available. Nevertheless, the high school offers two world languages, and there’s a special education department at all levels of education.
If your destination is a quiet spot with plenty of tree-studded seclusion, then Marriottsville is your pleasure destination station. In spite of its quiet locale, there is plenty to do from shopping and eating to antiquing and hiking in this private Maryland getaway just minutes from bustling Washington DC or several rivers and parks.
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