Hampstead, MD Summer Camps

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Carroll County 4-h Youth Devel
Westminster, MD 21157  
Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts
Y Camp At Carroll Family Center
Westminster, MD  
Archery, Arts and Crafts, Community
Camp Nicodemus
Westminster, MD  
Traditional Camps
Camp Superkids
New Freedom, PA  
Special Needs Camps: Asthma
Carroll County 4h Center
Westminster, MD  
Traditional Camps

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About Hampstead, MD

Hampstead is a town in Carroll County in the U.S. state of Maryland. The population was 5,060 at the 2000 census. Hampstead School was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. Town Hall of Hampstead, Maryland 1631 - King Charles I of England gives a portion of what is now known as Maryland to Lord Baltimore. 1680 - Christopher Gist marks a trail from Patapsco , to Le Tort passing through what was to become Hampstead. 1720 - The trail evolves into a road. 1786 - Christopher Vaughan maps out the town. Early settlers are disappointed to find no iron ore which they had expected, and became farmers instead. Late 18th century - The road through Hampstead is improved. A stagecoach line runs on it between Baltimore and Carlisle. 1796 - Peter Frank turns the town's first building into a tavern and overnight lodging for guests. This was especially lucrative because the town was "swampy" and many travelers would get "bogged down" in it. About 1800 - First one-room school house is built, where St. John's Methodist church stands today. 1837 - Carroll County is carved out of parts of Baltimore and Frederick counties. Hampstead becomes the easternmost town in the newly formed county. 1860 - Many Hampstead residents are involved in the American Civil War in some capacity. Evidence of tunnels from this era, perhaps used to hide slaves or horses,...