Downs Park Trail - TRAIL

Downs Park Trail - Trail, Pasadena, Maryland

Pave Trail 1/4 mile of the trail runs beside the Chesapeake Bay. The Trail Runs into Natural Woods one small hill to overcome a place you must ride. Come out early because after 12:00 PM on the weekends the families start to come out with the little ones so you must slow your roll.

User Reviews (3)

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Eugenie   Weekend Warrior [Aug 12, 2005]

Best thing to do is to drive your car and bike to Tuggies Bar on the corner of Water Oak Point Road and Tuggies Rd., park, ride from there to the Glen Burnie trail off of Earleigh Heights Rd., do the ride to Annapolis and back, ride back and finish off with a cool down around Downs Park, return to Tuggies and enjoy the afternoon or evening there!

Similar Products Used: Glen Burnie to Annapolis Trail. I like to put in at Earleigh Heights Rd. for greener, less urban part of the trail.
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RetroG   Cross Country Rider [Sep 03, 2004]

I've visited the park for other than MTB. It is a paved trail around the park. A "bike path". No dirt whatsoever.

Customer Service

U-turn back to the old 'Sandbar' in Rivera Beach for beer and foosball.

Similar Products Used: It's Pasadena, right next to Glen Burnie. There's nothing here. Go to Patapsco State Park off of Route 1, Elkridge.
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ftilghman   Weekend Warrior [Nov 02, 2003]

This trail has a great view over looking the Chesapeake Bay for 1/4 mile of its 3.5 mile trail. A nice Place to ride but get there early because the families come out around 12:00 PM on the weekends and you must slow it down for the little ones.

Customer Service

695 to Glen Burnie to 10 south Stay on 100 to Gibson Island But stay to your left to Downs Park Entrance

Similar Products Used: BWI Trail
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