Cumberland, MD Summer Camps

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4-h Paws N Pals Dog Retreat
Cumberland, MD  

4-H Paws N Pals Dog Retreat packs everything dog into a fun filled 3 day, 2 night retreat in the hills of Western Maryland. We'll be "camping-in" the modern, air conditioned multi-purpose building at the Allegany County Fairgrounds. Attendees are invited to bring camping gear, including a tent to set up in the main room. Dog attendees must be crate trained and not have any sepa...

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Cumberland is a city in the far western, Appalachian portion of Maryland, United States. It is the county seat of Allegany County, and the primary city of the Cumberland, MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area. The Cumberland, MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area is one of the poorest in the United States, ranking 305th out of 318 metropolitan areas in per capita income. At the 2010 census, the city had a population of 20,859, and the metropolitan area had a population of 103,299. Cumberland is a regional business and commercial center for Western Maryland and the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia. Historically Cumberland was known as the "Queen City," as it was once Maryland's second largest city. Main article: History of Cumberland, Maryland Cumberland is named after the son of King George II, Prince William, the Duke of Cumberland. It is built on the site of the old Fort Cumberland, the starting point for British General Edward Braddock's ill-fated attack on the French strong-hold of Fort Duquesne during the French and Indian War. Cumberland was also an outpost of Colonel George Washington during the French and Indian War and his first military headquarters was built here. Washington later returned to Cumberland as President in 1794 to review troops that had been assembled to thwart the Whiskey Rebellion. map of Braddock's Military Road Cumberland was a key road, railroad and canal...