The Vacation Rental Management Association (VRMA) has a new President-Elect – our very own Jodi Taylor Refosco!
Jodi started Taylor-Made Deep Creek Vacations & Sales in 2008 with her husband, Joe, and her brother, Chad. Since then, we have added a real estate division and have become the largest vacation rental manager at Deep Creek Lake.
With twenty years of experience, she knows the vacation rental industry inside and out. Currently, she supervises the reservations, owner relations and marketing departments along with bringing on new home owners. Continue reading VRMA has a New President Elect!
Sang Run State Park will officially become Garrett County’s newest state park at the ninth annual Fall Fest on September 30.
The historic Friends Store, election house, farm and waterfront area known as the greens was donated to the state of Maryland almost ten years ago. The staff of Deep Creek Lake State Park have been taking care of it ever since. The land was originally settled by John Friend in 1769 and was the center of activity for the Sang Run community for more than 100 years. The store sold food items and also bought and sold ginseng – which is a root that is prized as an herbal remedy. A shortened version of the word ginseng (Sang) also gives this area it’s unique name. Continue reading New at Deep Creek: Sang Run State Park
Favorite Deep Creek fall events happen during this quieter time of year when leaf-peepers flock to the area to enjoy the beauty of autumn.
Deep Creek Lake Lion’s Bark in the Park 5K
September 30, 8AM-10AM
In its fourth year, the “Bark in the Park” 5k race supports the off-leash dog park at the Deep Creek Lake Lion’s Club park on Bumble Bee Rd. The race is off-road and pet friendly. It starts and ends from the park.
Fall Festival at Friend’s Store
September 30, 10AM-3PM
Head to 3735 Sang Run Road to the historic Friend’s Store for classic fall fun for all ages. Pumpkin carving, cider pressing, monarch tagging and sack races are just a few of the highlights. Continue reading Favorite Deep Creek Fall Events
Explore Nearby Ohiopyle, PA
With an appeal all its own, Ohiopyle is well-known by outdoor enthusiasts, offering adventures ranging from mild to wild. It is less than a one hour drive from the Deep Creek Lake area making it an easy daytrip.
The name Ohiopyle was derived from a native american indian word “ohiopehhla” meaning white frothy water – which you will find in abundance on the Youghiogheny River.
Incredible scenery and fun activities draw people to this quiet town in Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands. Here are just a few of the “must dos” when visiting: Continue reading Deep Creek Daytrips: Visit Ohiopyle, PA