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The Carl Henn Millennium Trail is Rockville's bicycle beltway. The 10-mile trail creates a circle around the city, providing a safe and convenient way to get around town or enjoy a leisurely stroll.
The trail was constructed in 2000 and was named after the excitement and promise held in the new millennium. The trail was renamed in 2011 after Rockville resident Carl Henn, a tireless advocate for sustainability and active transportation, who passed away in 2010.
The Carl Henn Millennium Trail is accessible through a variety of routes as it is a circle around Rockville. Parking to access the trail can be found at a number of local streets and public parking lots, including the Thomas Farm Community Center (700 Fallsgrove Drive), the Rockville Senior Center (1150 Carnation Drive), and David Scull Park (1133 1st Street), amongst others.
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