Map of regional recreational trails in Maryland

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Regional Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Maryland

Regional Recreational Trails, Maryland map area

Regional Recreational Trails, Maryland

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Below is a chart of regional recreational trails located in the State of Maryland. These are lengthy paved and unpaved pathways for bike riding, walking, sight-seeing, communting and enjoying nature.

Trails names in red are links to maps and descriptions for that specific trail.

TRAIL NAMESECTORLENGTH
(MI.)
SURFACECOMMUNITIES
Assateague State Park Trail W 4.8 paved Assateague State Park
Baltimore & Annapolis Trail W 13 paved Glen Burnie, Pasadena, Severna Park, Manresa
Capital Crescent Trail SE 11 paved Georgetown, Brookmont, Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Silver Spring
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Towpath C 185 aggregate/natural Cumberland, Williamsport, Harpers Ferry, Bethesda, Washington D.C.
Great Allegheny Passage NW 14 paved PA border, Frostburg, Corriganville, Cumberland
Indian Head Rail Trail SE 13 paved/aggregate Indian Head, Bennsville, White Plains
MA & PA Heritage Trail N 5 unpaved Forest Hill, Bel Air, Benson
Rock Creek Trails SE 23 paved/aggregate/natural Rockville, North Bethesda, Silver Spring, Washington D.C.
Three Notch Trail SC 11 paved Charlotte Hall, Mechanicsville, Oakville
Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail NE 21 aggregate Freeland, Parkton, Glencoe, Cockeysville
Washington, Baltimore & Annapolis Trail C 13 paved Lanham, Glen Dale, Bowie, Odenton
Western Maryland Rail Trail NC  20 paved Hancock, Big Pool

Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Maryland.


Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Maryland

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Maryland.