October 16, 2014

Maryland Hikes

Maryland residents have access to a huge variety of great outdoor spaces. Maryland’s unique landscape features everything from stunning coastal stretches to serene wooded areas and everything in between. As a resident of The Yards at Fieldside Village, it’s simple to get outdoors and enjoy the varied and beautiful Maryland landscape. Read on to discover some of our favorite spots for hiking in the Maryland area.

Gunpowder Falls State Park Wildlands Loop

Located in Gunpowder Estates, Maryland, the Gunpowder Falls State Park Wildlands Loop is a fairly simple hike suitable for both experienced hikers as well as beginners. It’s ease and beautiful scenery–including a peaceful babbling river–make it a perfect hike for the whole family.

Falling Branch Trail to Kilgore Falls

This family-friendly Maryland hike located in Pylesville is an easy to moderate hike that only takes a couple hours and ends in a truly spectacular finish–the second highest vertical waterfall in Maryland! In the warmer months it’s great to work up a bit of a sweat on the trail and get refreshed by a quick dip under the waterfall.

Fort Foote Civil War Ruins

If you are looking for a little history with your hike there is no better place in Maryland than the Fort Foote Civil War Ruins. Located in River Bend Estates, this scenic hike also features civil war era equipment and sites, including cannon emplacements and even civil war bunkers!

Union Mills Hike

Not for the faint of heart! Union Mills Hike is a difficult and strenuous seven mile hike near Advocates Choice, Maryland. Experienced hikers will enjoy working up a sweat on this popular circuit hike, which includes everything from creeks to switchbacks and even more.

There are a lot of fantastic outdoor options for outdoor-loving residents of The Yards at Fieldside Village.

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