To promote, protect & enhance the trails in Anne Arundel County.
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Seventh Annual Planet Walk Scheduled for May 2
On Saturday May 2, The Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails, the Anne Arundel Community College Astronomy Club and the Astrophysics Science and Planetary Science Divisions of the NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center have teamed up to offer a day of free public programs focusing on our solar system. The events will include a Planet Walk on the B&A Trail, a multimedia presentation at Anne Arundel Community College and an evening Star Gazing Party at the AACC Observatory. (More Info) on Planet Walk Page
The 2015 Basic Boating Classes are scheduled. Please click on the Activities link and then the boating Classes. Or link here
Trails are open during the winter as long as they are passable with safety in mind. Keep warm and wear layers when using the trails. Don't forget those gloves and your helmet. Trails are open during daylight hours only.
Your trails can play a big part in you and your family having a happy and healthy new year. Go Hike/Walk Try out the Passport to Family Wellness and enter for a chance to win prizes from Wegmans.
Lifeline 100 Anne Arundel Counties first Century ride was a HUGE success. If you did not participate this year, make it a new years resolution for 2015.
Not sure where to go or park? Check out the Maps page for new detailed PDF Maps of all your Trails.
"Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, ...
Look what we have, Awesome Bike Bells.
Our New Years resolution is to be safer on the trails. What a simple way to signal your presence on the trail and your passing other trails users. Bells easily attach to bike handlebars.
The bells are on sale at the Earleigh Heights Rangers Office on Earleigh Heights Road.
The bells are $12 each, or $10 for two or more, tax included. Please bring Cash or a check (Payable to "Friends of AA Trails"). Check the hours of the rangers office (link here) and call before you go 410-222-6244.
All proceeds go directly back to promote, protect and enhance your trails in Anne Arundel County.
Do you enjoy gardening? Would you like to share your talents and passion of nature with all that use the trails? If so, be a part of one of America’s best trail systems and adopt a flowerbed. Click here for more information and a list of flowerbeds available for adoption.
The first section of the Broadneck Trail is open and ready for your use. Check it out.
Check out the GREAT new trail maps for your trails on the Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks page (link here)
Interested in a Tax Deductible donation to your Anne Arundel Trails? You may even specify projects, use our simple donate button. We thank you, in advance! 100% of your donation goes to the trails (less the minimal PayPal fee). We have no paid positions, just dedicated hard working volunteers.
You may renew your membership on line, securely, using a credit card. Go to the membership page and click on the link to PayPal.
We knew we had the best trails. Here's a link to Rails to Trails Cover article this past fall:
Click here for the "Rails to Trails" Cover article Fall 2009
Don't forget to link to your award winning Recreation and Parks website for more information on what's happening on your trails and your parks.
Friends General Information & History
Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails is a non-profit 501(C)(3) organization of dedicated volunteers helping to promote, protect and enhance the multi modal trails of Anne Arundel County. Created as Friends of the Baltimore and Annapolis Trail, Friends now encompasses the B&A Trail, the BWI Trail, and the Washington Baltimore and Annapolis (WB&A) trail. Friends works with many partners all of whom are dedicated to the trail systems in the county and in the country.
Please help support your trails by becoming a member. Complete the member application form and mail with your check to:Friends of AA County Trails P.O. Box 464 Severna Park, MD 21146
Friends Board of Directors: