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5579 Spectrum Drive
Frederick  MD  21703  US
LAT: 39.386644 LONG: -77.40679
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+1 (800) 830-5222 (US/Canada Toll-free)

Telephone: +1 (301) 695-2881 Fax: +1 (301) 695-7639


Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Frederick, MD

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Access Historic Frederick Attractions with Ease

Guests of the Country Inn & Suites in Frederick, MD appreciate staying in contemporary accommodations close to historic destinations like Gettysburg, Harpers Ferry and Antietam National Battlefield. If you want to explore the national monuments and museums of Washington, D.C., enjoy stress-free travel by boarding a train at the MARC station, just one mile from the hotel. If your visit to Frederick is for work purposes, the hotel’s location near I-70 and I-270 offers quick commutes to some of the area’s most notable companies like Raytheon and Flying Dog Brewery. 

Be sure to visit these nearby attractions:

  • Antietam National Battlefield (14 miles)
    A visit to this infamous battlefield allows visitors to step back in time and walk the very ground that once hosted the bloodiest battle of the Civil War.
    Phone: +1 (301) 432-5124
  • Carroll Creek and Community Bridge Mural (2 miles)
    Featuring designs created by local residents and brought to life by artist William Cochran, this stunning bridge mural offers a glimpse into the creative brilliance of the Frederick-area community.
    Phone: +1 (301) 600-2888
  • Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Zoo (17.2 miles) 
    Open to the public from March - November each year, this seasonal wildlife preserve offers up-close encounters with more than 450 animals from habitats around the world. 
  • Crumland Farms (7 miles)
    An eight-acre corn maze and a festive pumpkin patch make it easy to get lost in the family-friendly fun found at Crumland Farms!
    Phone: +1 (301) 845-8099
  • Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center (2 miles)
    Just minutes from the Country Inn & Suites, this educational art center features some of the region’s most impressive art exhibits, as well as instructional classrooms and an informative art reference library.
    Phone: +1 (301) 698-0656
  • Downtown Frederick Historic District (2 miles)
    A visit to downtown Frederick offers the chance to stroll among charming shops, local dining establishments and historic buildings.
  • Fort Detrick (6 miles)
    Home to more than 7,800 military, federal and contract workers, this 1,200-acre military base is dedicated to cutting-edge biomedical research and development.
    Phone: +1 (301) 619-2018
  • Francis Scott Key Mall (walking distance)
    With anchor stores like JCPenney, Sears and Macy’s, this popular shopping mall offers bargains and brand names just a few steps away from the hotel.
    Phone: +1 (301) 662-5151
  • Frederick Indoor Sports Center (5 miles)
    This 65,000-square-foot sports complex houses an array of indoor athletic fields and training areas, and also hosts entertaining events like wiffle-ball tournaments, bubble soccer and dog shows.
    Phone: 1+ (240) 215-4040
  • Harpers Ferry National Historical Park (14 miles)
    Tour the area where renowned abolitionist John Brown led one of the most impactful uprisings in American history. Educational workshops and living history tours offer a fresh perspective on events that helped shape a nation.
    Phone: +1 (304) 535-6029
  • Harry Grove Stadium – Frederick Keys Baseball (1.5 miles)
    Whether you’re treating the family or entertaining clients, enjoy the all-American excitement as the Frederick Keys, the Class-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, take on their opponents less than two miles from the hotel.
    Phone: +1 (301) 662-0013
  • Hood College (3 miles)
    Nestled in the heart of Frederick, the picturesque campus of Hood College is home to more than 2,400 students pursuing a world-class liberal arts degree.
    Phone: +1 (301) 663-3131
  • Monocacy National Battlefield (1 mile)
    The site of “The Battle That Saved Washington,” the Monocacy National Battlefield features exhibits and educational programs that offer a glimpse into one of the most ambitious attempts to turn the tide of the Civil War.
    Phone: +1 (301) 662-3515
  • Mount Olivet Cemetery (Francis Scott Key Gravesite) (1.5 miles)
    As the final resting place of Francis Scott Key, the Mount Olivet Cemetery offers visitors the opportunity to pay respects to the author of the “Star-Spangled Banner.”
    Phone: +1 (301) 662-1164
  • National Fallen Firefighters Memorial (30 miles)
    With an eternal flame of remembrance as its focal point, this national memorial pays tribute to firefighters who have given their lives to protect others.
    Phone: +1 (301) 447-1000
  • National Museum of Civil War Medicine (2 miles)
    Medical enthusiasts and history buffs can enjoy a fascinating look at many of the crude, yet critical, medical instruments and practices used to treat soldiers during the Civil War.
    Phone: +1 (301) 695-1864
  • National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton (28 miles)
    As the first native-born U.S. citizen to be canonized, Elizabeth Ann Seton holds a distinct place of honor in the Roman Catholic Church, and this shrine provides an engaging perspective into her life and work.
    Phone: +1 (301) 447-6606
  • Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre (4 miles)
    Treat yourself to an entertaining blend of Broadway-style stage productions and delicious dining selections at this popular area dinner theatre.
    Phone: +1 (301) 662-6600
  • Weinberg Center for the Arts (2 miles)
    Just minutes from the hotel, the Weinberg Center for the Arts offers year-round opportunities to experience the cultural excellence of theater, film and music performances in a nostalgic theater setting that hosted its first show in 1926.
    Phone: +1 (301) 600-2828