Biking

  1. Calvert Cliffs State ParkCalvert Cliffs State Park
    10540 H.G. Trueman Road, Lusby, MD 20657
    Phone: 301-743-7613 Email

    Hike through this 1,460-acre wooded state park to the majestic Calvert Cliffs on the Chesapeake Bay. Formed over 15 million years ago, the cliffs contain more than 600 species of fossils. Ideal for hiking, picnicking, fishing and fossil hunting. Two-mile walk to the beach. Large tire playground. Information available for pavilion rentals, youth camping or hunting. Limited wheelchair access.
  2. Chesapeake Beach Railway TrailChesapeake Beach Railway Trail
    Access behind Chesapeake Beach Water Park
    4079 Gordon Stinnett Ave., Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732
    Phone: 410-257-2230

    The Chesapeake Beach Railway Trail is located partially on the right of way of the long-abandoned Chesapeake Beach Railway. The creek is a significant watershed that empties directly into the Chesapeake Bay. The trail offers scenic views of Fishing Creek and hundreds of acres of surrounding marsh and forest and includes two bridges across the creek and several timber walkways over the creek or marshland. Wildlife is abundant and visitors to the trail are quite often treated to bald eagle sightings.
  3. Jefferson Patterson Park and MuseumJefferson Patterson Park & Museum
    10515 Mackall Road, St. Leonard, MD 20685
    Phone: 410-586-8501 Email

    Nearly 70 archaeological sites on the property reflect more than 8,000 years of human occupation. Included are a visitor center, exhibit barn, gift shop, hiking trails, a re-created Indian Village and canoe/kayak launch. Also on the grounds is the Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory. Call about scheduling a tour of the facility.