Private Land Codes
CWDMA Boundary Description
- Eastern/Southern Boundary: Allegany/Washington County line at the Pennsylvania border south to the Potomac River, then Potomac River (Maryland/West Virginia line) southwest to mouth of the south branch of the Potomac River.
- Western Boundary: Straight line from the mouth of the south branch of the Potomac River north to the intersection of Rt. 51 and Lower Town CreekRd, north-northeast on Lower Town Creek Rd. to Pumpkin Center, north on Town Creek Rd. to Rt. 144, then east on Rt. 144 to Dry Ridge Rd., northeast on Dry Ridge Rd. to the Pennsylvania border.
- North Boundary: Maryland/Pennsylvania border from Dry Ridge Rd. east to Allegany/Washington County line.
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