Located in the Western region of the state, historic Sharpsburg, MD lodging is conveniently situated near several historic sites as well as a nice variety of outdoor activities. Antietam National Battlefield in Sharpsburg marks the site of the bloodiest one-day battle of the Civil War. Harpers Ferry National Historical Park offers a number of museum exhibits, hiking trails, guided and self-guided tours, and shopping at the historical association's bookshop. Outdoor enthusiasts have the opportunity to enjoy hiking or biking the 184.5 miles of The Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O) Canal National Historical Park, and hikers can explore a portion of the Appalachian Trail as well. Other area attractions include The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad and The Maryland Symphony Orchestra in Hagerstown.
Whether you are visiting Sharpsburg on vacation or for a weekend getaway, be sure to make reservations at a Maryland Bed and Breakfast Association member inn. Our local innkeepers provide comfortable accommodations, a delicious breakfast, and unparalleled hospitality to help make your stay one you'll look forward to repeating.