Brunswick  is a small town in Frederick County, Maryland, on the Potomac River. Once a company town for the B&O Railroad, now a sleepy bedroom community, it can make for a good access point for activities along the Potomac.
Brunswick is, appropriately enough, on the Brunswick line of the MARC commuter rail line, which runs from Washington, D.C. to Martinsburg, West Virginia.
Amtrak's Capitol Limited runs through Brunswick, but the nearest stop is Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, 8 miles to the west.
Have a car or plan to be stuck.
- Brunswick Heritage Museum, 40 W. Potomac Street, ☎ 301-834-7100, . $7. edit
- Hike or bike on the C&O Canal, which runs through Brunswick, along the Potomac River. There's a visitor's center for the canal in the Brunswick Heritage Museum.
- Canoe/Kayak/Tube down the Potomac River. Tours and rentals are available at the Brunswick Family Campground (bike rentals also available).
- Beans in the Belfry, 122 W Potomac St, ☎ 301 834-7178, . Sandwiches and coffee. Beer and wine. Live music. edit
- King's Pizza, 215 W. Potomac St., ☎ 301-834-9999. New York style pizzeria & Italian restaurant. $7-12. edit
- Potomac Street Grill, 31 E. Potomac St., ☎ 301-969-0548, . American & Middle Eastern restaurant and bar. edit
- Smoketown Brewing Station, 223 W. Potomac St., ☎ 443-995-1516, . Brewery and taproom. edit
- Brunswick Family Campground, From the MARC parking lot at the end of S. Maple Avenue, cross 2 tracks, turn left onto C&O Canal Tow Path, go 3/4 mile., ☎ 301-834-9952, . April-November. edit
- Oak Tree Inn, 620 Souder Road, ☎ 888-456-8733, . edit