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Deep Creek Lake Rentals & Activities
Summer is in full swing at Deep Creek Lake! Check out fun activities, information, and tips for kids and adults alike on our brand new blog! You’ll find family treasure hunts, recipes, DIY projects, and more to make your Deep Creek Lake Vacation even better!
Dogs are members of the family too! Don't go on vacation and leave your best friend at home. Dog friendly rentals from Railey Mountain Lake Vacations are available to make memories with the whole family!
We understand that many of our guests still appreciate the personal touch, discussing the various merits of our over 300 vacation rental properties before selecting the ideal escape. Others prefer the 24/7 option of cruising through our responsive website on each and all of their devices, identifying their favorites for easy comparison.
Which ever path you chose, we are here to make the very first step towards a Deep Creek Lake getaway simple and enjoyable.
If you find yourself seeking a colorful refuge after the hustle and bustle of back-to-school season, Deep Creek Lake is waiting in all of it’s Autumn Glory! Love fall golfing with your buddies? Enjoy Art & Wine with your best girlfriends? Are you a Savageman or women? Is your family ready to celebrate pumpkin pie, changing leaves, and chilly nights together? We have the perfect vacation escape waiting for you!
Art & Wine Festival
Getting those kids back into the swing of things after a long, lazy summer can be exhausting! Why not plan a last minute escape to Deep Creek Lake and enjoy the art and wine of Western Maryland? This Deep Creek Lake tradition is worth the trip!
Have you ever wondered where ‘downstate’ begins? The answers vary from ‘other side of the pass’ to ‘east of Cumberland.’ I suspect the true answer is closer to the intersection of I68 and 219. Garrett County folk have a deep understanding that they share a large slice of Maryland heaven.
It doesn’t take many days in the mountains to realize that time spent ‘downstate’ is just a necessary distraction from cool, fresh air, long hikes, and evening boat rides. This time of the year, downstate is down right sweltering and the hot air is due to more than simply an over abundance of politicians.
Even as I write this blog, the Air quality warning is alternating with the local pollen alert on my weather app and while the temperature is merely 91 degrees, the weather.com guru has posted that it feels like a stifling 106 degrees. (How do they even know that?)