Western Maryland Ranging from easy to moderate, Western Maryland nature trails are a popular source of year-round recreation. Located in close proximity to other fun activities beautiful small towns, these family-friendly trails offer incredible views and convenient amenities.Capital RegionNear our nation’s capital, your family will find numerous out-of-the-way places to hike, bike, sightsee or just let the dog stretch its legs. Maryland’s Capital Region delivers year-round recreational opportunities along more than 40 nature trails, many of which incorporate waterfalls, covered bridges, historic towns or scenic overlooks.Central RegionFound in diverse environments from Baltimore City down to our state capital and up to the Mason-Dixon Line, Central Maryland trails promise a wide variety of recreational activities. Enjoy year-round opportunities like hiking, biking and sightseeing in more than 50 natural areas that are easy to access. Southern MarylandSouthern Maryland offers a compelling variety of landscapes for your hiking, biking and sightseeing pleasure — dense forests, sandy beaches, mysterious swamp areas, lazy rivers, historic pine plantations and well-stocked fishing ponds are all readily accessible. Come experience year-round recreational opportunities along more than 20 trails.
Eastern ShoreSandy beaches, marshlands and heavily wooded bluffs comprise the Easter Shore, and the Chesapeake Bay. Trails meander through the diversified topography, revealing the great variety of plant and animal life.
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