Grantsville, Maryland North-Central Garrett County
- Garrett County
Approximately 1,000 people call Grantsville, Maryland home. This north central Garrett County town has easy access to Interstate 68 making travel to Baltimore and Washington D.C. a three hour drive. The Deep Creek Lake area is only 20 short miles from Grantsville as well.
Larger employers in this area include Beitzel Corporation, Goodwill Retirement Community, and Total Biz Fulfillment. There are a variety of small businesses in Grantsville too. Restaurants, personal care services, banks, and retail shops just to name a few.
Why Live in Grantsville, Maryland?
The Arts and Entertainment District is highlighted by the Spruce Forest Artisan Village. Historic cottages act as studios for accomplished potters, weavers, sculptors, and more. It is just steps from the Casselman River and is adjacent to Penn Alps Restaurant – a favorite place to eat that has a long history of serving travelers.
Grantsville is home to two state parks – Casselman River Bridge State Park and New Germany State Park. Grantsville’s town park is widely used with a softball field, two basketball courts, three tennis courts, one pickle ball court, two playgrounds, a pond, three pavilions, and more.
Grantsville Elementary School consistently does well on statewide tests. Older students travel to Northern Middle and High Schools in Accident.
Grantsville is popular with full-time residents seeking the convenience of close proximity to the interstate while maintaining a laid-back lifestyle.
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