The MARC Train, less than five minutes from Brunswick Crossing, connects to employment centers in Frederick, Germantown, Gaithersburg, Rockville and Washington, DC.
Enjoy major league fun at family-friendly prices at the nearby Harry Grove Stadium, home of the Frederick Keys.
General Robert E. Lee’s first invasion of the north in 1862 culminated in the Battle of South Mountain, right here in Frederick County, MD.
From trendy wine bars to cozy outdoor cafes, downtown Frederick is home to dozens of great restaurants.
Volt, a favorite restaurant among locals, became world famous after its Chef starred in the popular Top Chef television series.
Fishing in Baker Park, Frederick, Maryland.
You’ll find weekend farmers’ markets right here in downtown Brunswick, as well as in Frederick, MD and nearby Harpers Ferry, WV.
The Potomac River offers great fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and camping at the Brunswick Family Campground, less than five minutes from Brunswick Crossing.
In addition to being a quaint, historic town overlooking the Potomac, nearby Harpers Ferry is famous for its refreshingly “lazy” tubing expedetions.
Few places are as well connected as Brunswick Crossing. The community is situated on Maryland, Route 17, just seconds from Route 340, and less than five minutes from downtown Brunswick, The MARC Train, C&O Canal Towpath and Potomac River. Brunswick Crossing is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle, yet still enjoy easy access to shops, restaurants, attractions and world-class outdoor recreation.
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