Perry Hall MD - Find Out How I Spent The Day In This Great City

For many years now

Maryland has been the number one choice for people who want to take a fun but cheap vacation. With its rich countrysides, plenty of natural parks, a wide array of mouthwatering cuisines, museums and on top of it all less traffic than other urbanized areas, many people will give anything just to spend a day there. If you are planning to go there, then Perry Hall is a good place to visit. It is in Baltimore County and according to the last census conducted, there were only 28, 474 people hence you can already tell that it is full of serenity. Below are some of the places you can visit and things to do while at Perry Hall, MD.


Perry Hall Mansion

The name of this small town comes from this historic mansion located on top of a hill. It is the most prominent structure and is quite ancient as it dates back to the 19th century. The house was initially built by Corbin Lee, but Harry Gough is the one who finished its construction in the late 1700's. Since then it remained under the ownership of the Gough's until the mid-1850 when investors bought the land it lies on and gave it to migrants who subdivided it amongst themselves. The mansion was taken over by the county government which renovated it and turned it into a museum. They added an art gallery and the public is free to visit the place and even contribute to its growth because it is yet to be fully complete. You can visit it to learn about the history of this small town and at the same time make friends with the locals.


Locust point Dog Park at Latrobe Park

If you are the type of person who never leaves their dog behind while going on a trip, then Locust point is a must go for you. It is an off-leash dog park, and here your Fido can enjoy some freedom. It is fully fenced and also boasts plenty of natural vegetation such as trees and even rock outcroppings. What makes it, even more dog-friendly is the water slide. Nonetheless, it is structured that all dogs remain in one place and there is no special side for small or big dogs. It is open periodically from 9.00 am to 10.00 am and from 3.00 pm to 4.00 pm.


Honey go run Regional Park

If you love experiencing the adrenaline rush, Honey go Regional Park is the ultimate place for you to be. The park lies on a 13, 0000 square feet piece of land and features a number of sporting facilities such as soccer, baseball, roller hockey among many others. It is also pet-friendly with its massive playground where you can play with Fido or take a hike on its trail system which takes you to its beautiful wooden park area not to mention the two pavilions which you and your friends can rent out. Each of them features 12 picnic tables, 2 charcoal grills and trash barrels and restrooms at its rear. Thus it makes the perfect camping place for you and a group of friends or families. You can obtain permits from Perry hall's council or the secondary service councils.
Other places to visit;• Fire Museum of Maryland• Stewartstown railroad• Baysail school & yacht charter