Rocks State Park
This day-use park is located on MD 24, eight miles north of Bel Air, and is situated on 850 acres bordering Deer Creek. A popular feature is the throne-like rock formation called the King and Queen Seats where, according to legend, Indian Chieftains once sat in tribal council. Enjoy rock climbing, picnicking, hiking, tubing, canoeing, fishing and seasonal bow hunting. The Falling Branch area of Rocks State Park is located 5 miles north of the main park off MD 24. The scenic, 17 foot free-falling waterfall is the second highest vertical falls in Maryland.