Park Quest 2019

Friends Store in Sang Run State ParkSang Run St​ate Park Quest
"Bringing the Past into the Future"

Quest Information

Before Western Maryland was colonized by American settlers, Native Americans thrived in the mountains for centuries. Honor their history by completing each of the seven stations. Begin with an archaeological dig, try your hand at making rope from dog bane and end with Arrowhead Identification plus more! End at the Friends Store where you will get a stamp for your 2019 Passport. Enjoy!

The quest is available seven days a week and is self-guided. Facilities will be open June- August seven days a week and September weekends. The quest will begin at the Youghiogheny River kayak parking lot bulletin board. During open hours of the store bring your quest books in for stamping. If the store is closed self stamp located on the back porch.
 
Quest worksheets may be downloaded from the website, or picked up on site during open hours. Peak visitation is typically between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. 

 

Sang Run Qu​est Instructions​

 

Butterflies on thistle in Sand Run State ParkPark Information

This 81 acre farm was left to the state of Maryland in 2001 by Mr. John “Jack” Hinebaugh. In 2009, the State of Maryland officially took ownership of Friend’s Delight and it is now known as Sang Run State Park​, a proud extension of Deep Creek Lake State Park. Friend’s Delight is full of Garrett County history, lore and tradition. The property’s name alone sets the stage. In the late 1700s General George Washington’s men were surveying Garrett County. While working on the survey, they camped on John Friend’s property. Mr. Friend would take no money from the men. When the surveying was complete, they asked Mr. Friend to accept the gift of 100 acres as their way of thanking him. He replied, “Why I’d be Delighted!”

Picnic Area in Sang Run State ParkAddress

Sang Run State Park
3735 Sang Run Road
McHenry, MD 21541
39.568003 – 79.422905

301-387-5563

Directions

​From Interstate 68, take Exit 14A to US-219 South. Follow US-219 South 10.2 miles to Hoyes Road. Turn Right on Hoyes Road. Continue on Hoyes Sang Run Road for 1.8 miles. Turn left on Bishoff Road for 78 feet, then turn right onto Sang Run Road for 1.9 miles.

**Cell phone service may be unreliable in this area. ​​

 

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