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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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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 an 11 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.

Hi, Everyone -- Some of you have been asking about the Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails "Run for the Trails" scheduled for Sunday, March 17, 2019. For full details and registration, go to www.Active.com. In the search section, type in "Run for the Trails." The site will take you to the information you need.

If you register before January 17, 2019, the cost to participate is $65. After that, it will be $75. The day of the race, registration jumps to $100. This ten miler will begin at Lindale Middle School located at 415 Andover Road in Linthicum, MD. The course will be around the scenic BWI Trail.

Come run with us!
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Hi, Everyone -- Some of you have been asking about the Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails Run for the Trails scheduled for Sunday, March 17, 2019.  For full details and registration, go to www.Active.com.  In the search section, type in Run for the Trails.  The site will take you to the information you need.  

If you register before January 17, 2019, the cost to participate is $65.  After that, it will be $75.  The day of the race, registration jumps to $100.  This ten miler will begin at Lindale Middle School located at 415 Andover Road in Linthicum, MD.  The course will be around the scenic BWI Trail.  

Come run with us!

Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails shared 1430 WNAV's post.

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An Annapolis area park was renamed today and there's good reason why.

Under very rainy skies, Rick Hutzell, editor of the Capital Gazette, gave impassioned reasons why women in journalism have made such a difference, especially here in Anne Arundel County. Long a devotee of Anne Catharine and what she stood for, Rick cited a number of women at the paper who changed the course of journalism and our community for the better. Anne Catharine would be proud of their contributions and the sacrifices they have made. ... See MoreSee Less

Under very rainy skies, Rick Hutzell, editor of the Capital Gazette, gave impassioned reasons why women in journalism have made such a difference, especially here in Anne Arundel County.  Long a devotee of Anne Catharine and what she stood for, Rick cited a number of women at the paper who changed the course of journalism and our community for the better.  Anne Catharine would be proud of their contributions and the sacrifices they have made.

At yesterday's renaming of Jonas Green Park to the "Jonas and Anne Catharine Green Park," Councilman Chris Trumbauer regaled the crowd with a biography of Anne Catharine. Meanwhile, Diane Rey pantomimed one of Annapolis' most industrious woman of the colonial era who defied convention and worked "outside the box." ... See MoreSee Less

At yesterdays renaming of Jonas Green Park to the Jonas and Anne Catharine Green Park, Councilman Chris Trumbauer regaled the crowd with a biography of Anne Catharine.  Meanwhile, Diane Rey pantomimed one of Annapolis most industrious woman of the colonial era who defied convention and worked outside the box.

Offering up tasty tidbits of family lore, Randy Brown, a seventh generation descendant of Anne Catharine Green, stirred the crowd yesterday at the renaming of the Jonas Green Park to the "Jonas and Anne Catharine Green Park." ... See MoreSee Less

Offering up tasty tidbits of family lore, Randy Brown, a seventh generation descendant of Anne Catharine Green, stirred the crowd yesterday at the renaming of the Jonas Green Park to the Jonas and Anne Catharine Green Park.