Hotels:

There are many places to stay in the Frederick area. 

For a listing with multiple choices, visit:  https://www.visitfrederick.org/places-to-stay/

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 Best Western Historic Frederick

420 Prospect Blvd.

Frederick, MD 21701

301-695-6200

(Our host hotel)

 Building is a 2 story interior corridor hotel, with no elevator. Free Parking.

 Complimentary hot buffet breakfast 6:30 - 10:00 am. Has microwave and refrigerator in room. 

 NOTE: You must cancel 2 days prior to your first night stay for full refund.  

 


The Frederick Fairgrounds has FULL Camping hook ups available for rent.  They have on site water, sewer and electric. 

For more information, contact Sherrie @ 717-994-4482.

 


 

 

 

Directions

GPS Address:
797 East Patrick Street
Frederick, MD 21705

Driving Directions

 

PLEASE USE EXIT #56 WHEN COMING TO THE FAIR FROM EAST OR WESTBOUND 1-70.

From Baltimore:
Take I-70 West to East Patrick Street, exit #56. Follow directly to the fairgrounds on right just past Monroe avenue.

From Washington:
Take I-270 North to exit #32, I-70 East to exit #56. Make a right at the end of the exit and follow straight, fairgrounds will be on your right just past Monroe Ave.

From Hagerstown:
Take I-70 East to exit #56. Make a right at the end of the exit and follow straight, fairgrounds will be on your right just past Monroe Ave.

From Gettysburg:
Take Route 15 South to Frederick, use Baltimore I-70 East to exit #56. Make a right at the end of the exit and follow straight, fairgrounds will be on your right just past Monroe Avenue.

From Harpers Ferry:
Take Route 340 North onto I-70 East to exit #56. Make a right at the end of the exit and follow straight, fairgrounds will be on your right just past Monroe Ave.

 


 

 

Frederick Maryland is both "Hip & Historic".  There, museums meet martini bars, scenic landscapes provide thrill seekers with adventure, and cutting edge cuisine is served up in Civil War-era buildings alongside unique specialty shops, galleries, museums, and theaters.

Located less than one hour from Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Gettysburg, the city of Frederick, Maryland is surrounded by mountain views, wineries, orchards and vibrant Main Street communities. Visitors can hike on the Appalachian Trail, visit Maryland's largest brewery, and tour a battlefield all in one day

Take advantage of all this beautiful area has to offer when you travel to our sale!  The direct link for additional information on events, places to stay and dine is:  www.visitfrederick.org

 


 

 

 

 

Frederick Fairgrounds Map