Experience the historic Sharpsburg Maryland Area as a Guest of Our B&B Inn
The Jacob Rohrbach Inn is convenient to both the Antietam Battlefield and Harpers Ferry. These and other important historic sites are sure to fill your time exploring the Sharpsburg, Maryland area with many things to do and see. Founded in 1763, Sharpsburg is best known for the Antietam National Battlefield, renowned as the most pristine of all Civil War sites. In addition to Civil War Battlefield sites and tours, the Sharpsburg area also provides plenty of fun things to do, including biking, hiking, canoeing, horseback riding, shopping, area events and more. Don’t miss out on the cultural offerings such as the Contemporary American Theater Festival (CATF), the Maryland Symphony, and other concert series. The 184 mile long Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Park trail passes by Sharpsburg while the Appalachian Trail traverses the South Mountain State Park just 8 miles from the Inn. With Harpers Ferry National Park a short drive away, the Jacob Rohrbach Inn is centrally located for all Maryland attractions.
Explore the Sharpsburg Maryland Area:
Sites & Tours
Sharpsburg is best known for Antietam, renowned as the most pristine of all Civil War sites.
History of Sharpsburg & Our Inn
The history of our old house has been traced through deeds and probate court records of Washington County back to an 1804 deed from Joseph Chapline II to Jane Ferguson. The information in our Inn History blog post on the Chapline family is taken from “The History of Sharpsburg” by Lee Barron.
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