With roots dating back to the early 1800s, Adams County is located on the famous “Mason Dixon Line”, the boundary that separated the North and South during the American Civil War. Featuring homes and estates with unique history and plenty of open space, we think you’ll find exactly what it is you need to call this place “home”.
Known as the Apple Capital USA for its dedication of 20,000 acres toward production of various fruits, Adams County is loaded with rural sights and sounds. Whether you enjoy hiking, museums, or shopping, this county has something right up your alley. Check out the list below for a few additional places to spend your time!
Parks & Recreation Area
Vineyards, Wineries & Breweries