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We are in need of some ideas of what to do for a few days from Ohio- MD

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We are leaving from COlumbus OH in about 3 weeks and traveling on a short trip to Cumberland MD. We would like to take a few days side little vacation either somewhere along the way or around the areas in between or nearby. We are a family of 5 with children aged 16, 12 and 6.We enjoy all types of recreation, history ,outdoors but not overly sporty. Any ideas of what to do from mountains, to beach, amusement, history etc...please help!

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