Perryville The town is located near an access for Interstate 95, on the north side of the outlet of the Susquehanna River.
Perryville is currently home to the Perry Point Veteran’s Medical Center, located on a picturesque campus at the outlet of the
Susquehanna River into Chesapeake Bay. This same location is also the Northeast Campus of AmeriCorps National Civilian
Community Corps, a residential national service program which recruits young Americans between the ages of 18 to 24 to
perform community service in various locations in the country.
Perryville is the northern terminus of the MARC Penn Line commuter rail service, which runs south to Washington, D.C. via
Baltimore. The 1905-built station also serves as a railroad museum and an Amtrak maintenance facility. Perryville is home
to the largest linwood tree in Maryland, located at 50 Millcreek Road on an estate known formerly as the Anchorage. Perryville
is also home to numerous historical sites including the Principio Furnace.
In 2010 Perryville opened the first casino in Maryland (Hollywood Casino Perryville). The casino is near the southbound exit of I-95. It was the first legal casino in Maryland. The casino has slot machines, video gaming, table games, and a poker room area. During its opening weekend it made 3 million dollars. The funds from the casino are divided with the Town of Perryville and Cecil County government as well as the state.
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