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revive the sunday drive This entire route takes approximately two hours to drive without stops. 1 270 North to Exit 10 – Turn Right onto Clopper Road/Route 117 (4 miles) 2 Left onto Schaffer Road West (4 miles) 3 Left onto White Ground Road (1.61 miles) 4 Left onto Darnestown Road/Route 28 5 Immediate Right onto Sugarland Road (1.5 miles) 6 Left onto Montevideo Road (2.1 miles- Exceptionally Rustic) 7 Right onto River Road Less than ½ mile on left – 1880 Historical Seneca School House Museum (visits by appt.) 8 Left onto Hunting Quarter Road (1.9 miles Exceptionally Rustic) McKee-Beshers Wildlife Management Area on left • Walking/Hiking/Biking Trails & parking • Wildlife: deer, wild turkey, water fowl, numerous reptiles and amphibians, over 200 species of songbirds • Sunflower Fields (mid-July) 9 Hunting Quarter Road changes names into Hughes Road 14 plenty I Summer growing 2020 10 Left onto River Road (Rustic portions) 11 River Road changes names into Mount Nebo Road (Rustic) 12 Continue straight name changes again onto West Offutt Road (Rustic) 13 Left onto Edwards Ferry Road (Exceptionally Rustic) Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historic Park - Edwards Ferry • Walking/Hiking trails, fishing, boat ramp • Restrooms, Parking & Picnic Area 14 As you exit back onto Edwards Ferry Road, take sharp bend to Right which turns into River Road (1.3 miles Exceptionally Rustic) 15 Stay Left to continue on River Road (3.7 miles), then left into Whites Ferry Road Whites Ferry • Parking and picnic tables on site • Scenic access point to Potomac River • Access to C&O Canal for hiking/ biking/walking 16 Leaving Whites Ferry Leave, left onto Whites Ferry Road (2.5 miles) 17 Left onto Martinsburg Road (4.7 miles) to Dickerson Road Dickerson Conservation Park entrance is on left 18 Left onto Dickerson Road (1.4 miles) 19 Left onto Mouth of the Monocacy (1.2 miles) Monocacy Aqueduct • Access to C&O Canal for hiking/ biking/walking • Scenic access point to Monocacy/ Potomac Rivers • Picnic tables on site 20 When you leave Monocacy Aqueduct, Right onto Dickerson Road 21 At railroad bridge, Left onto Mt. Ephraim Road and follow (2.8 miles) to Sugarloaf Mountain Road Sugarloaf Mountain • Hiking/walking trails • Parking, portajohns and picnic area • Scenic overlooks 22 Leaving the Mountain, take Comus road then turn right onto Route 109 23 Left Barnesville Road 24 Right on Clarksburg Road 25 Left onto Clopper Road (4 miles) Right onto 270 South