Lake Royer

Maryland

1Listings$1.5M-$1.6M$1.5MTotal Value
Lake Royer, Maryland

Lake Royer real estate is considered a limited supply market for lake homes and lake lots in Maryland.

    • Ownership
      Public
    • Counties: Washington County
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    About Lake Royer
    Located in Washington County, Maryland

    Lake Royer is a 17-acre pond located in Highfield-Cascade, Maryland. Gettysburg is 18 miles northeast, and Baltimore is 67 miles southeast.

    The closest location for emergency care is the WellSpan Waynesboro Hospital, eight miles from Lake Royer. The Harrisburg International Airport is 67 miles northeast.

    Life on the Water

    Lake Royer offers fantastic opportunities for fun on the water, like paddleboarding, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. Anglers can expect to find largemouth bass, bluegill, and sunfish. There are large green spaces on the shore of the lake, perfect for a picnic or hanging out with the family.

    What's Nearby?

    Northern Maryland has an abundance of state parks. The closest to the Royer is Catoctin Mountain Park, Cunningham Falls State Park, and the Seymour B Cooper Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary.

    Nearby Hagerstown offers a unique way to spend the day with its Heavy Metal Playground. Visitors get to use heavy construction equipment like an excavator to dig holes, crush cars, or stack tires!

    After a day of lake fun, grab a bite to eat at nearby places like Red Run Grill, Bad Guys Pizzeria by the Original Rocky’s Pizza, or Monterey Pass Pub & Eatery.

    Visit Gettysburg

    Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, is known nationally as the site of one of the bloodiest battles of the American Civil War. Visitors can immerse themselves in the history before, during, and after this infamous battle.

    The Gettysburg National Military Park is managed by the National State Park System, where the infamous battle took place. Tours, interactive learning programs for adults and children, and battle reenactments are a small slice of activities you can experience here.

    After getting a look at the battlefield, head to the Gettysburg Museum of History to look at more than 4,000 objects that illustrate the narrative of the battle.

    Get a look at the paranormal side of Gettysburg with one of its ghost tours. A popular group to tour with is the Gettysburg Civil War Ghosts Walking Tour.

    After a long day of absorbing American history, check out highly-rated places to eat like Gettysburg Eddie's, The Pub & Restaurant, and Dobbin House Tavern.

    For the Lover of Nature

    Those looking to retreat to the lush, mountainous landscape of north Maryland/Southern Pennsylvania have found the perfect match in Lake Royer.