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Kent Island South Trail

5.8 mi
State: MD
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The Kent Island South Trail is one of two popular recreational trails (along with the Cross Island Trail) on Maryland's Kent Island, the largest island in the Chesapeake Bay. The trail runs parallel to ...
MD 5.8 mi Asphalt

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Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park

C&O trail

May, 2017 by stevenlaineerwilson

This is an absolutely beautiful trail with lots of nature and serene sideways along its path.

Ben Cardin C&D Canal Recreational Trail


May, 2017 by laretha

This Trail now links up with the Michael Castle Trail and you can now ride from Chesapeake City to Delaware City with just ONE road crossing. It is one great ride and is beautiful from one end to the other. My only negative is the powers to be in Maryland have not built a trail head or parking. On the Delaware end the State with the help of DelDot have built three trail heads with parking and restrooms.

Western Maryland Rail Trail

WMRT 04-30-17

May, 2017 by wreinsel

Beautiful Day! Started about 10:30am and rode from the Hancock parking lot just East of Hancock. It was cloudy and 75 degrees. Rode to the end of the trail and back ~ 25 miles in under 2 hours. This trail is very flat. We met a trail monitor (CPA) and he gave us many good tips. Then we grabbed more food at our car and continued 9.5 miles or so to Mile 0. It was sunny by then and the only place to buy water is in Hancock. There is no water on the trail. Completed the 18.5 mile loop in about 90 minutes. Saw two emergency vehicles coming up the trail towards us with bikes on top - hope everyone is ok. The is a super flat and nice trail. They only thing I would recommend is to remove the larger sticks since there were some on the trail. Otherwise very friendly and nice people and great day. We also stopped at the way out at the Blue Goose (by car) for snacks. Pretty touristy.


Indian Head Rail Trail

New Rider

April, 2017 by crossfader1255

This is a great relaxing trail. The view of nature is great. While riding you feel like you are in another world. Take advantage of this gem.

Indian Head Rail Trail

New Biker

April, 2017 by ktrip.kb

I loved this trail. Beautiful scenery. It was not a busy trail. No walkers in your way at all.

Black Hill Trail

Very crowded on weekends

April, 2017 by sastudillo777

For biking it is very hilly. There are a lot of people on the trails. It is hard to park since it is a very popular park. if you like a leisurely pace then this place is good for you. If you are a hardcore biker that wants to race, this is not the place for you.

Ben Cardin C&D Canal Recreational Trail

wheelchair friendly but

April, 2017 by cindywillett

The trail itself is nicely paved BUT the parking is about 1/4 mile away and crush and run, the travel between parking and trail is on road and not flat, there is no shade and no rest benches for the first half mile. These don't seem like a big deal till you are pushing a 250 lb patient in a wheelchair.

BWI Trail

Mixed bag

April, 2017 by gyhtyuhty

Great advice from earlier post to travel counter-clockwise around the airport - the hills are much more manageable. Though a mostly pleasant 12-mile ride on a smooth, paved trail, approximately half of the ride is alongside very busy multi-lane roads. Also, the map provided on this site shows a traffic circle of sorts along the west side at Stoney Run Road. It does not exist; we traveled Stoney and Old Stoney end-to-end and found no such area. Finally, the trail would benefit from a regular litter patrol, as some people are pigs.

Western Maryland Rail Trail


April, 2017 by mfkoch59

This is a beautiful trail and a pleasant bike ride. I’ve ridden several bike trails and paths and this is by far my favorite. There are a few tree root bumps in a few spots that are in need of grinding down at this point, but nothing serious, just annoying. You’ll probably see an occasional rabbit, squirrel or deer along the way. The shade makes it a little more comfortable in the summer. Buddy Lou’s in Hancock is great stop for lunch, as are other restaurants there.
Bikers may encounter an occasional pedestrian (runner) that does not want to follow the rules. ALL users of the trail are supposed to stay to the right. DoNR says stay to the right. That’s true for every trail I’ve hiked on or ridden on, including the C&O. BUT, some runners feel that because pedestrians have the right of way they can run in any direction they want. It may be safer to run on the left facing traffic on the street but not so on the trail. Be courteous (and safe), stay to the right.

WB&A Trail

Patuxent River crossing?

April, 2017 by pubberichten

Reading all the comments, it's clear that the whole bridge issue is going on for many years now and that there's no will to make a change any time soon. Which is a huge shame by the way!
Does anybody know an alternative route, or even a crossing, doable with a mountain bike? I'd love to commute (Odenton - FedEx Field) using my bike, but I'd rather not get killed on MD 3 or on other crazy roads.

BWI Trail

poorly maintained

March, 2017 by dhepler

Trail has lots of broken glass ..The area around Terminal Road looks like
a dump. Trash is all over the place. This is not a pretty ride if that is
what you are looking for.

Cross Island Trail

good wheelchair access

March, 2017 by cindywillett

Husband wheelchair bound and >250 in non power chair. Trail recently black topped in good condition. Parked at terrapin park and made it to the first street crossing. Wanted to see the other end of trail but unbeknownst to us the bridge/trail were closed. Would be nice if there were a sign at the terrapin park end. nicknow

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