Victorian Houses and Leafy Streets

Victorian Houses and Leafy Streets

Smithsburg, incorporated 1846, sits in a fertile valley beside the Catoctin Mountain ridge. People come here to shop for country crafts and to have a very reasonably priced meal.
This small town is a town of Victorian houses and leafy streets. Smithsburg is the place where visitors can enjoy lots of green space, plenty of parks, and peace and quiet. Once there, you'll automatically begin to relax. Your frown lines will disappear and you'll instantly feel your burdens lift. The atmosphere is relaxed.
Main Street is full of people coming and going - all greeting those they pass with happy 'hellos' and 'how are yas'. There's a sense of belonging in Smithsburg.
The brick buildings in the town all have character and seem to welcome you with open arms.
There are several older homes capturing Victorian design in the neighborhoods. There's character and charm with the people, historic churches, buildings, businesses, and local history in the small town of Smithsburg.
This town is known for a few great festivals and parades such as the Steam and Craft Show, which features a parade of tractors and mowers where several 100-year-old antique steam tractors arrive each year, and their annual Smithsburg Pride Days, featuring homemade crafts and local music.
Smithsburg is a recommended stop through scenic Maryland.