Besides the “I Love DCL” bumper stickers and ceramic bear figurines, the best souvenir to take home from your Deep Creek Lake vacation is a treasured photo album of scenic vistas and smiling faces. To help in this endeavor, we have compiled a list of the 7 Best Places to Take a Selfie at Deep Creek Lake.
When looking for the best activity for your Deep Creek Lake vacation, it is often best to consult with the locals. So, what are the locals saying for the upcoming spring season? Now is the perfect time to get out and kayak!
Driving into Deep Creek, you may have noticed a funny thing: a little town off the highway with a very peculiar name. People often ask us what a town has to do to get such an unusual moniker. With a name like ‘Accident’, people are bound to talk.
With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, now is the perfect time to sit down and map out a plan for the ultimate Deep Creek Valentine’s Date. It’s as easy as one-two-three!
Step One: Book the perfect retreat for a romantic getaway.
Hey four-legged friends!
My name is Camden and I am a local Deep Creek Lake pooch. Let me tell you: this is one great place to be a dog! I spend my summers splashing around the lake, swimming and running along sandy beaches. Falls are spent tearing through the fall foliage and rolling across the leaves. And let’s not forget my mom’s favorite: spring, where I am coated in mud 24-7.
But, winters are my absolute favorite time to be a dog at Deep Creek! There is nothing I love more than making fresh trails in the snow, rolling about, digging my snout in the snow.
Love animals? We do as well and THIS THURSDAY EVENING, your friends at Railey Mountain Lake Vacations will be guest bartending at the Harbor Bar at Dutch’s to raise money for HART for Animals, our local Garret County animal rescue organization.
Join us lakeside from 6:00 to 9:00pm as our fun-loving owner Nancy Railey and the ever-popular Jeremy Bittner, manager of Wisp O’ The Willow and Suites at Silver Tree serve up your favorite concoction, all to benefit HART for Animals.
In 2014, with Nancy Railey at the helm, RMLV accepted the challenge to elevate innovation and service; our two most recognized standards of success, in order to propel hospitality at Deep Creek Lake into the digital future. With the area’s largest portfolio of vacation homes, and the management of the lake’s only two lakefront condo hotels, we partnered with a European software company and launched five new websites to better serve our guests. Demand for convenient online booking and advanced payment technology pushed us to think creatively and find solutions that redefined efficiency through innovation.
At Railey Mountain Lake Vacations, we strive to connect you with your dream vacation home quickly and simply, but equally as important, it is our desire that you receive the best price.
You may have booked one of our properties through HomeAway or VRBO; 3rd party vacation rental sites we use to maximize our inventory’s reach and connect to more Deep Creek Lake vacation goers. Recently, HomeAway and VRBO have added a “service fee” to all reservations booked through their websites. The service fee may add as much as 10% to the total booking value of our vacation rental homes and is captured by VRBO for their purposes alone.
Vacations are already an investment, so why spend extra money when you don’t have to? When booking your Deep Creek Lake rental through our website, DeepCreek.com, there are no hidden fees.
Taylor’s tale of her time aboard Anthem of The Sea!
Trying to accommodate all family members when planning a family vacation can be overwhelming. The kids want a trip full of exciting activities and entertainment, while the grandparents just want some R&R. The guys want their time to explore, while the ladies want time in the sun with a good book. No matter what you are looking for in a vacation, we all can agree on one thing, we want the feeling of safety and comfort.
On Saturday, February 6, one of Railey Mountain Lake Vacations’ reservationists, Taylor Baker, and ten of her family members set sail with Royal Caribbean Anthem of The Sea cruise line to Nassau Bahamas. The family anticipated a 7-day luxurious cruise, with stops at Port Canaveral, FL and the Bahamas. Unfortunately, due to an extreme winter storm, the captain made the decision to cancel the trip after two days, and head back to port.