Virtually Enjoy Scenic Seneca Creek State Park

woman taking online tour of Seneca State Creek Park

Even if you can’t get out to experiencey our favorite walking and hiking trails, there’s a way to have a taste of nature. Enjoy the great outdoors online! Just a few miles south of our apartments in Clarksburg, Seneca Creek State Park is home to over 6,300 acres. This beautiful part of Maryland has plenty to offer residents, even if you can’t go in person.

Spooky Spots

For those unaware, many parts of the groundbreaking and creepy Blair Witch Project movie were filmed in Seneca Creek State Park. Join horror enthusiasts Jacob and his friend Jared on a ten-mile hike through the park where they stop by several locations from the film. View the little red cabin, eerie pathways through the pine trees, Coffin Rock, and more.

Over the Creeks

Though you can’t fly a drone over this state park anymore, professional drone pilot and photographer Minh Nguyen has amazing footage worth checking out. He was able to capture some stunning overhead footage of wooded areas and Clopper Lake. Give them a watch and plan your next visit to the park.

History of the Park

For a more extensive and in-depth look at this area, be sure to check out Seneca State Park’s YouTube channel. The best parts of this half-hour journey are the amenities that surround the area. This includes the 90-acre Clopper Lake region. The site also showcases a restored nineteenth-century cabin and gives background on the history of the area. You can also see over 50 miles of trails open for hiking, horseback, bicycle riding, and much more.  

When you’re seeking an amazing and scenic location to call home in this part of Maryland, please reach out and contact us today. Here at the Elms at Clarksburg Village, we are looking forward to helping you out in any way. 

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