B A L T I M O R E A N D A N N A P O L I S
T R A I L P A R K


The Baltimore & Annapolis Trail is an established recreational greenways following the route of the old Baltimore & Annapolis Railroad from Glen Burnie to Annapolis. This linear park is 13.3 miles long and encompasses 112 acres. The trail has a 10-foot wide, paved surface within a 66-foot wide, landscaped corridor. The trail has a two percent grade and is used by walkers, runners, bicyclists and equestrians as well as various forms of wildlife. One third of Anne Arundel County’s 400,000 residents live within a mile of the trail, and many residences border the trail. Open year round from dawn to dusk.

Parking

Glen Burnie: Take Ritchie Hwy. (Rt. 2) south or north to Rt. 648 (Baltimore Annapolis Blvd.). There is free "low clearance" parking in the garage on left above the cinema. From Rt. 100 to I-97, take exit 15 to Dorsey Rd.; right again onto Rt. 648; take the first right after the second light.

Pasadena: From Rt. 100; take exit 13B to Ritchie Hwy. (Rt. 2) north; parking is at Marley Station Mall less than 1/2 mile on the left. From I-97; take exit 14 to Rt. 100 east.

Earleigh Heights: Take Ritchie Hwy. (Rt. 2) south or north to Earleigh Heights Rd. Follow signs to trail parking. This lot is adjacent to the Ranger Station and is one of two trail parking lots operated by park staff. Open year round from dawn to dusk.

Severna Park: From Rt. 50; take exit 27 to Ritchie Hwy. (Rt. 2) north for 3½ miles; go left at the 4th light; parking will be on the right. From 695; take exit 2 to Rt. 10; take Ritchie Hwy. south to Jones Station Rd. Turn right on to Jones Station Rd. and follow signs to the Park and Ride lot on your right.

Arnold: Take Ritchie Hwy. (Rt. 2) to Rt. 450; go left at the flashing light to parking lot on Boulters Way. From Rt. 50; take exit 27 towards the Naval Academy. Parking is 1/10 mile on the right. The parking lot is located at the southern terminus of the trail and is operated by park staff.

For more information, contact the B&A Trail Park at
(410) 222-6244.

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