The days are getting shorter, and the leaves have turned from green to a myriad of striking colors. Behind us are the hot summer days teaming with insects. Now is the best time to enjoy the miles and miles of trails in Maryland's State Parks.
From Deep Creek Lake State Park on the Allegheny Highlands to the Cypress Swamp of Pocomoke River State Park, fall hiking experiences are likely to include fewer people than the busy summer season, new wildlife, including migrating birds, and far more comfortable temperatures.
As you prepare to take advantage of spectacular hiking opportunities in Maryland State Parks:
Don't forget the sunscreen, sunglasses and a friend. We will see you on the trails.
Online Trail Guides
Access trail maps online that provide a variety of options for varying fitness levels.
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