This rural driving route showcases much of Baltimore County’s agricultural bounty, including wineries, microbreweries, farms (some with stands offering seasonal fresh produce), historic sites, State Parks, and scenic views of historic farms, including Sagamore Farm. Horses and Hounds begins in Cockeysville to Shawan Road, through Tufton Avenue along Worthington Road towards Reisterstown and then winds east through the scenic and historic landscapes of My Lady’s Manor, Long Green Valley, Cromwell Valley, and ends at the Hampton National Historic Site. Full map and history: http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/1676c8e8#/1676c8e8/30
Horses and Hounds is one of Maryland’s 18 scenic byways that embraces the State’s diverse landscapes filled with beauty, history, and culture. Maryland Scenic Byways are carefully mapped driving routes and themed tours that take visitors through mountain passes, interesting neighborhoods, peaceful shores, country roads, and more. The byways encourage endless activities - from fishing, hiking, boating and biking to antiquing, shopping, dining, touring a winery or seeing a show.