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This is a nice, route with plenty of places to stop along the way. Although it looks like it gets busy, others using the trail seemed aware of their surroundings for the most part. I really like the coffee shop in Severna Park. There is an entrance in the back so you don’t need to go around. Coming from the north, the directions are a bit confusing. Better signage would help.
I recently moved here from Cleveland and was pleased to see there was a nice loop for short rides nearby. The route does seem pretty busy on warmer days so I may need to move to the road when things get too crowded. All in all, I have been enjoying having this close by.
I absolutely love this trail. It’s everything you desire in a trail. It’s so beautiful and so peaceful ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿
Very peaceful and beautiful trail. I love the fact it connects to Burke Lake trail. My two favorite trails of all time!
Great paved trail for kids. Not marked terribly well and pavement was tore up in a lot of places.
Relatively flat and partially paved. Some of the gravel ends up getting bigger and sharper so be careful if you don’t have bike tires that can handle that. Perfect for running but be careful for the gravel because you might hurt your knees!
very easy and nice trail. can stop at numerous places for snacks and drinks. locals are friendly
This is a pleasant stroll on a well-maintained neighborhood trail. It's a paved, pine-needle strewn path that winds through the woods in an upscale community. I was here on a rainy day, mid-week, so there was no one else on the trail. There is a small lake, a stream, and some wetlands, so I imagine that the birds, especially in the spring, are quite active. It's barely three miles total, and that's only if you include the side trail, but if you walk end-to-end, both directions, you can get a nice little work-out. It's a nice trail for trail runners.
Just short of a mile, this trail will still make you work a little. With its curved and sloped walkway overlooking the marsh, it still gives a silent peace even though its wedged between housing communities. And again, although bare from its winter weeks, the lack of greenery allows you to over look the marshlands and see nature's beauty further than the tree line of the trail. It leaves the mind to just wait for the early spring months to watch it all regrow and awe at the canopy of the trees arch over the trail. Very neighborly walkers, dog walkers, and bikers.
This is the best trail I have ever ridden!
The mostly flat, completely paved trail makes it ideal for beginners. It also connects (on the eastern end) to bike lanes that can take you into Annapolis and (on the western end) to more paved trails (via the John Overstreet connector, itself a paved trail). Although there are many surface street crossings, my experience has been that most drivers are courteous and will often yield right of way to cyclists.
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