Discover the Mountains of Maryland

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Allegany County Tourism

Covering all of Allegany County, Allegany County Tourism offers a free getaway guide book, as well as online listings of area accommodations, activities, historic attractions, dining, and more. The Visitors Center is located in the historic Western Maryland Railway Station where you can pick up area literature and maps. Our Visitors Center is open seven days a week from 9 am – 5 pm.

Allegany County Chamber of Commerce

The Allegany County Chamber of Commerce is a business association of over 400 members, from solo proprietorships to large corporations and non-profits. The Chamber provides referrals and resource information in response to public inquiries.

Downtown Cumberland Business Association

Downtown Cumberland is the heart, the cultural and retail center of Allegany County. The Downtown Cumberland Business Association is a member driven organization whose goal is to ensure a positive presentation of our town. You’ll find a delightful blend of hospitality and history; mingled with charming shops, delicious dining, arts and entertainment and lots of events and activities.



Frostburg First

Frostburg is a Historic Main Street community with many "turn of the century" homes. It has 18 churches representing many denominations and is a growing municipality full of creativity and community spirit. Frostburg provides six community parks for recreational activities and was named after Meshach Frost.

Greater Cumberland Regional Airport

The Greater Cumberland Regional Airport serves as a vital transportation focal point for a tri-state region (Maryland, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania) with the center of commerce in Cumberland, Maryland. The airport is located just one air mile from the city center across the Potomac River adjacent to the small town of Wiley Ford, West Virginia.


Train stops daily in Cumberland heading East in morning and West in evening.