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Events & Projects

We are always working on fun projects in the community and along the trails. Our events are family-friendly and a great way to meet fellow trail enthusiasts.


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Maps, milage, parking & tips for planning your next trail visit. For the latest information on weather or emergency information, please visit: AA County Trails


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Our affordable annual membership supports conservation, preservation & rehabilitation programs. All proceeds go to improving the trails.


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Anne Arundel County Trails

B&A Trail

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B&A Trail

The Baltimore & Annapolis Trail runs for 13.3 miles from the base of the Rt. 450 Bridge to Glen Burnie in Maryland.

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Broadneck Trail

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Broadneck Trail

The Broadneck Peninsula Trail is a proposed 6.6 mile east-west trail linking Sandy Point State Park with the B&A Trail in Arnold.

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BWI Trail

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BWI Trail

The BWI Trail is a 4 mile loop around BWI Airport. This paved trail is perfect for exercise with great views and parking options.

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WB&A Trail

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WB&A Trail

The Washington-Baltimore & Annapolis Trail is a 3.8 out-and-back paved trail in Odenton, MD

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Lasting Gifts

Lasting Gift is a beautiful way to honor someone very special or as a memorial as well as enhancing the trails for Anne Arundel County.

Friends of AACo Trails

Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization of dedicated volunteers helping to promote, protect and enhance the multimodal trails of Anne Arundel County. The organization encompasses the B&A Trail, the BWI Trail, the Broadneck Trail and the WB&A Trail as well as new trails being designed or constructed. Friends support the Trails, County Staff and Park Rangers of the Department of Recreation and Parks and work with many partners, all of whom are dedicated to the trail systems in the county.

The Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails is organized with an annually elected Executive Committee and a Board of Directors appointed by the Board. Each board member is a working chairperson of one of the various activities or projects of the organization.

Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails updated their cover photo.

Students checking out the Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails display at Ft. Meade's Earth Day Expo.
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Students checking out the Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails display at Ft. Meades Earth Day Expo.

Get ready for a terrific line up of musicians coming to Hatton-Regester Green this May. Pack a picnic and join others as they relax and enjoy the sounds. The Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails is pleased to present these free concerts. ... See MoreSee Less

Get ready for a terrific line up of musicians coming to Hatton-Regester Green this May.  Pack a picnic and join others as they relax and enjoy the sounds.  The Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails is pleased to present these free concerts.

Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails added 2 new photos.

Another shout out to the Advance Leader Course participants from Ft. Meade and the Maryland Environmental Service for their hard work this past week in sprucing up Odenton's Babington Green. They weeded, pruned, mulched, and removed those species of bushes not suitable for the area. Odenton's Babington Green has never looked better!
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Another shout out to the Advance Leader Course participants from Ft. Meade and the Maryland Environmental Service for their hard work this past week in sprucing up Odentons Babington Green.  They weeded, pruned, mulched, and removed those species of bushes not suitable for the area.  Odentons Babington Green has never looked better!

Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails added 3 new photos.

Just the other day, Phil James coordinated volunteers from the Maryland Environmental Service to prune and remove invasive species at Odenton's Babington Green. After removing the bittersweet, honeysuckle and mulberries, they mulched the grounds. What an incredible job. Thank you all!
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Just the other day, Phil James coordinated volunteers from the Maryland Environmental Service to prune and remove invasive species at Odentons Babington Green.  After removing the bittersweet, honeysuckle and mulberries, they mulched the grounds.  What an incredible job.  Thank you all!

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Friends of Anne Arundel County TrailsGreat job eveyone! Thanks for all your hard work and effort.

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Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails updated their cover photo.

If you don't live in Odenton, you may not have visited Odenton's Babington Green, a delightful little spot financed by those listed on this donors plaque. It sports benches, lovely plantings, and a gazebo. The Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails work with various community groups to maintain this tiny park. Stop by, refresh yourself, and thank the many donors who made this happen.
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If you dont live in Odenton, you may not have visited Odentons Babington Green, a delightful little spot financed by those listed on this donors plaque.  It sports benches, lovely plantings, and a gazebo.  The Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails work with various community groups to maintain this tiny park.  Stop by, refresh yourself, and thank the many donors who made this happen.