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Ateaze Senior Center Cycling Seniors

The Cycling Seniors pose for a group photo
Ateaze Senior Center
7401 Holabird Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21222
Phone: 410-887-7233
Fax: 410-887-7356
Email: ateazesc@baltimorecountymd.gov

Cycling Seniors Schedule

Welcome to the Ateaze Cycling Seniors for 2016. The program has been in place since 1991.

All Rides start at 10 a.m. unless otherwise noted. Rider leader has the option to move ride start one hour earlier in case of hot weather. If weather is questionable, check email or call the leader. Helmets are required on all rides.

Ride Rating

About half of our bike rides are designated as “aggressive” or "moderate"; they are longer and on more difficult terrain than the casual rides. “Casual” rides are for the less experienced rider. These are of shorter distance, on gentler terrain, and may include a bicycle clinic to help brush up on skills. Please choose to attend rides suitable to your capabilities.

  • Casual: flat ride - pace 10 to11 miles per hour
  • Moderate: a few hills - pace 10 to12 miles per hour
  • Aggressive: many hills - pace more than 12 miles per hour

Rider Responsibility

  • Your bike should be in good condition. You should have two water bottles, pump and tools to fix a flat.
  • Pick a ride that is within your ability take into account terrain and distance.
  • If the weather is hotter or colder than normal, be sure you are capable of riding under this condition.
  • Be at the ride start at least 15 minutes early to allow time to get your bike ready and sign in.

Baltimore County Department of Aging requires all program participants to be registered members of the center to which they engage in activity. Therefore, ride leaders will have available registrations forms for new members. If you registered last year, a volunteer will be contacting you via telephone to update your application. This process also strengthens the Cycling Senior Program.

Ateaze Senior Center welcomes donations in support of this program. Please mail to the Ateaze Senior Center, 7401 Holabird Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21222. Please mark the envelope and check Cycling Seniors.

Lancaster County Two-Day Ride

We will have a two-day bike ride based in Intercourse, Pennsylvania in May:

May 5 and 6 - You can make your overnight accommodations for May 5 at the Harvest Drive Family Inn, call 717-768-7186. Be sure to say that you are part of the Cycling Senior group and the room rate will be $79 before taxes. Sign up by April 30. The motel has been asked to set aside 10 rooms. They will hold the rooms until the end of April. The restaurant next to the motel will be open for breakfast and dinner. Rooms may or may not be available after that date. Identify yourself as a Cycling Senior when you register to get that price. You can check the motel out at http://www.hotellancasterpa.com. Deadline to cancel your room is May 4. You may also check in one day early and get the same rate.

Be safe. Be comfortable. Have fun.

Schedule: Spring

Monday, March 21

Wilson Point - 3 Bears
Level: Moderate
Meet: Wilson Point Community Park on Cypress Drive, Middle River, 21220
GPS: Latitude 39.322799, Longitude -76.425532
Leader: Bud Lippert, call 443-570-0542, email blippert21221@yahoo.com
Description: 26 miles, some hills and upgrades. Route goes through the communities of Wilson Point, Wampler Village, Maple Crest, Aero Acres, Golden Tree, Essex, Hopkins Landing, Hawthorne, via MD-43 bike route. The route has been changed to eliminate the crossing of Eastern Boulevard onto the MD-43 bike path. The bike path is entered from Bengies Road. Two stops: 7-11 in Victory Villa and Lunch.
Directions: MD-702 to Eastern Boulevard (east towards Chase) to Wilson Point Road. Go 1.6 miles and turn right on Cypress Drive. Turn right into Parking Lot. From Towson: I-695 to MD-43S to Eastern Boulevard. Turn right at light. Get into left lane and turn left onto Wilson Point Road for about 1.6 miles and turn right onto Cypress Drive. Turn right into parking lot. I-95 to Exit 67A, White Marsh Boulevard for about 3 miles to Eastern Boulevard. Turn right on Eastern Boulevard. Merge to left lane and turn left onto Wilson Point Road for 1.6 miles. Turn right on Cypress Drive. Turn right into parking lot.

Friday, March 25

Tour de Bowleys Quarters
Level: Casual
Meet: Sunset Café, 3408 Red Rose Farm Road, Middle River, 21220  
GPS: Latitude 39.323973, Longitude -76.399700
Leader: Bud Lippert, call 443-570-0542, email blippert21221@yahoo.com
Description: 24 miles. Bring snack and drink. Lunch after ride at the Sunset Café.
Directions: From Catonsville or west of Baltimore: I-95 to I-695 east towards Essex, merge onto MD-702 to Eastern Boulevard exit. Take second ramp on to Eastern Boulevard towards Chase for 4.5 miles. Right turn on Carroll Island Road for 0.5 mile, right turn on Bowleys Quarters Road for 0.9 mile, right turn on Red Rose Farm Road for 0.3 mile, right turn into parking lot. From Towson: I-695 to MD-43 (White Marsh Boulevard) for about 3 miles. Left turn on Eastern Boulevard for 1 mile, right turn on Carroll Island Road. Follow above directions to Sunset Café.

Friday, April 1

Edgewater to Galesville
Level: Moderate
Meet: K-Mart Shopping Center, 111 Mitchells Chance Road, Edgewater, Maryland 21037
GPS: Latitude 38.930136, Longitude -76.566313
Leader: Molly Sherwood, call 410-268-7742 or 301-461-0067 (cell), email mollysherwood@msn.com
Description: Scenic 22-mile ride on country roads with a few rolling hills. Most roads have a bicycle lane except MD-255, which is somewhat narrow in patches. Lunch in Galesville, either in a restaurant or bring your own picnic.
Directions: From Baltimore: Take I-97 south to US-50/ 301. Go left toward Annapolis. Take immediate exit on right to MD-665 (Aris T Allen Boulevard). Carefully follow signs to MD-2 South (Solomons Island Road) toward Edgewater. Drive about 3.3 miles and turn left (traffic light) onto Mitchells Chance Road. Make immediate right on road through the Exxon gas station to stop sign. After the stop sign turn left into parking area.

Monday, April 4

Prospect Bay Ride
Level: Casual - an 11-mile ride is available
Meet: Terrapin Nature Area parking lot, 247 Log Cabin Circle, Stevensville, Maryland 21666
GPS: Latitude 38.989978, Longitude -76.321270
Leader: Alvin Friendlich, call 410-218-2242 (cell), email afriendlich@gmail.com
Description: Approximately 25 miles. Includes the Kent Island Trail and then on Kent Island to the Prospect Bay community with lunch stop. Will be a flat ride.
Directions: After crossing the Bay Bridge, take the first exit (Exit 37). Make a left turn at the top of the ramp proceeding across US 50 on MD-8. At the first stoplight turn left into an Industrial Park. Go 0.2 mile to the T and make a right onto Log Cabin Circle. Go 0.7 mile to the Terrapin Nature Area on the right. Go in entrance and park.

Friday, April 8

Middleborough Delight
Level: Casual
Meet: Hyde Park Station Shopping Center; 1531 Hyde Park Road, Essex, 21221
GPS: Latitude 39.299400, Longitude -76.438624
Leader: Bud Lippert, call 443-570-0542, email blippert21221@yahoo.com
Description: 20 miles or more depending on weather. This is a ride through the upper Back River Peninsula traveling through waterfront communities and some old and new growth forests
Directions: Hyde Park Shopping Center is located on Back River Neck Road just south of the junction with South East Boulevard (MD-702). From Beltway (I-695), take Exit 36, which leads directly to MD-702. Take the third left around the traffic circle which is Hyde Park Road to Back River Neck Road.

Monday, April 11

Cherry Blossom Ride
Level: Casual
Meet: Belle Haven parking lot next to Mount Vernon Trail off of George Washington Memorial Parkway, Alexandria, Virginia
GPS: Latitude 38.777872, Longitude -77.051653
Leader: Bob Carson, call 410-828-8604, email bikebob@comcast.net
Description: Approximately 21 miles. Mostly flat ride. Bring picnic lunch at the Tidal Basin, with an opportunity to lengthen the ride.
Directions: Travel south on I-95 (which becomes the Washington Beltway). As you cross the Potomac River on the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, get in right hand local lanes for Alexandria. After you cross the bridge, take Exit 177 to Mount Vernon. The exit takes you to a light at South Washington Street. Take a right on South Washington, which becomes the George Washington Memorial Parkway as you leave Alexandria. Go 1.5 miles to left into the Belle Haven parking lot.

Friday, April 15

Harwood to Deale
Level: Moderate
Meet: South County Recreation Center, 4510 Owensville Sudley Road, Harwood, Maryland 20776
GPS: Latitude 38.858635, Longitude -76.605890
Leader: Claudia Seelig, call 301-984-3216 or 240-271-8414 (cell - day of ride), email seeligcas@aol.com 
Description: Approximately 25-mile ride with rolling hills. Lunch at Dockside Restaurant.
Directions: From Baltimore Beltway, take I-97 south to Annapolis, follow MD-665 (Aris T Allen Boulevard) to MD-2 south and continue approximately 9 miles. Turn left on Owensville Sudley Road for 0.5 mile. Community center is on the right.

Monday, April 18

Tour de Bowleys Quarters
Level: Casual
Meet: Sunset Café, 3408 Red Rose Farm Road, Middle River, 21220 
GPS: Latitude 39.323973, Longitude -76.399700
Leader: Bud Lippert, call 443-570-0542, email blippert21221@yahoo.com
Description: 24 miles. Bring snack and drink. Lunch after ride at the Sunset Café.
Directions: From west of Baltimore: I-95 to I-695 east towards Essex. Merge onto MD-702 to Eastern Boulevard exit. Take second ramp on to Eastern Boulevard towards Chase for 4.5 miles, right turn on Carroll Island Road for 0.5 mile, right turn on Bowleys for 0.9 mile, right turn on Red Rose Farm Road for 0.3 mile, right turn into parking lot. From Towson: I-695 to MD-43 (White Marsh Boulevard) for about 3 miles. Left turn on Eastern Boulevard for 1 mile, right turn on Carroll Island Road. Follow above directions to Sunset Café.

Friday, April 22

Crab Cake Ride
Level: Casual
Meet: Marley Station Mall, 7900 Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie, 21061
GPS: Latitude 39.138204, Longitude -76.608314
Leader: Rob Maslin, call 410-494-6996, email rsmaslin@aol.com
Description: 23 miles on the B and A and BWI trails with some hills. Lunch at G and M Restaurant or Olive Grove Restaurant.
Directions: From I-695 travel south on I-97 for 1.7 miles. At Exit 16, take ramp right for MD-648 toward Ferndale/ Glen Burnie, 0.2 mile. Turn left onto MD-648 South/ Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, 1.3 miles. Bear right onto MD-2 South/ Ritchie Highway. Go 1.7 miles, turn right at Marley Station Mall. Proceed to rear of mall behind J C Penney.

Monday, April 25

Marley Station Mall to Annapolis Dock
Level: Casual
Meet: Marley Station Mall, 7900 Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie, 21061
GPS: Latitude 39.138204, Longitude -76.608314
Leader: Alvin Friendlich, call 410-218-2242 (cell), email afriendlich@gmail.com
Description: Ride the B and A Trail and some city streets around Annapolis to the Market. Brown bag or buy lunch in the Market.
Directions: Take Ritchie Highway (MD-2) to Marley Station Mall. Use parking lot E in the rear of the mall adjacent to the B and A Trail.

Friday, April 29

Loch Raven - Gunpowder State Park
Level: Aggressive
Meet: Providence Park and Ride, 1001 Providence Road, Towson, 21286
GPS: Latitude 39.410302, Longitude -76.578333
Leader: Jeffrey Marks, call 410-358-1321 or 443-220-1665 (cell - day of ride), email jeffreym715@yahoo.com
Description: This interesting 38-mile ride combines the scenic Loch Raven Reservoir with the Jericho Covered Bridge and historic Jerusalem Mill. Brief regrouping and snack stop at Palmisano's, mile 11.3. Bring lunch to eat on picnic tables near a stream, across the street from the Mill. Your bike should be in good working order and you should have good riding skills and be able to average 11-13 miles per hour. This scenic ride has 2,500 foot climbing.
Directions: Exit I-695 at Providence Road, park and ride is directly across the street. Restrooms are available.

Monday, May 2

Tour de Bowleys Quarters
Level: Casual
Meet: Sunset Café, 3408 Red Rose Farm Road, Middle River, 21220
GPS: Latitude 39.323973, Longitude -76.399700
Leader: David Hash, call 410-491-7844, email dhash@jhmi.edu
Description: 24 miles. Bring snack and drink. Lunch after ride at the Sunset Café.
Directions: From Catonsville or west of Baltimore; I-95 to I-695 east towards Essex. Merge onto MD-702 to Eastern Boulevard exit. Take second ramp onto Eastern Boulevard towards Chase for 4.5 miles. Right turn on Carroll Island Road for 0.5 mile, right turn on Bowleys Quarters Road for 0.9 mile, right turn on Red Rose Farm Road for 0.3 mile, right turn into parking lot. From Towson: I-695 to MD-43 (White Marsh Boulevard) for about 3 miles. Left turn on Eastern Boulevard for 1 mile, right turn on Carroll Island Road. Follow above directions to Sunset Café.

Thursday and Friday, May 5 and 6

Lancaster County Two-Day Ride
Level: Moderate
Meet: Harvest Drive Family Inn, 3370 Harvest Drive Road, Intercourse, Pennsylvania 17534
GPS: Latitude 40.029759, Longitude -76.117438
Leaders: Thursday's ride, Bob Carson, call 410-828-8604, email bikebob@comcast.net; Friday’s ride, Claudia Seelig, call 301-984-3216 or 240-271-8414 (cell - day of ride), email seeligcas@aol.com
Description: Thursday’s bike ride is approximately 33 miles. You can make your overnight accommodations at the Harvest Drive Family Inn, call 717-768-7186, toll free call 1-800-233-0176. Room cost is $79. You must register prior to the end of April. Cancellation deadline is May 4. Happy Hour after the ride on Thursday at the Gazebo. The restaurant next to motel will be open for breakfast and dinner. On Friday we will start at 9 a.m. after breakfast from the Harvest Drive Family Inn. Moderate 24-mile ride through gently rolling Amish country with lunch at the Plain and Fancy Restaurant.
Directions: Take I-83 north to York, Pennsylvania, then US 30 east to PA 340 East and Intercourse. Left onto 340 East for approximately for 6.8 miles. Turn right at Clearview Road in 0.7 mile, turn right at Harvest Drive. Harvest Drive Family Inn will be on the left.

Monday, May 9

Quietwaters
Level: Casual
Meet: Annapolis Neck Library parking lot, 269 Hillsmere Drive, Annapolis, 21403
GPS: Latitude 38.947486, Longitude -76.493043
Leaders: Delores McBirney, call 443-812-8298, email deloresmcbirney@verizon.net; Katie Kinzie, call 410-375-8178, email kinziekt2@verizon.net
Description: Approximately 22 miles. Mostly flat. Includes a brief stop at Thomas Point Lighthouse Park. Brown bag lunch at conclusion of the ride. Cycle into Quietwaters Park to eat at water’s edge.
Directions: I-695 to I-97 south to US-50 East. Keep right for exit to MD-665 (Aris T Allen Boulevard) becomes Forest Drive. Remain on Forest Drive for 4 miles to right on Hillsmere at light. Pass entrance to Quietwaters Park. Go left into Eastport Annapolis Library parking lot.

Wednesday, May 11

Tour de North Point Peninsula
Level: Casual
Meet: Parking lot at the Food Lion Store on the left side of 7514 North Point Road, Dundalk, 21222
GPS: Latitude 39.235976, Longitude -76.442148
Leader: Bud Lippert, call 443-570-0542, email blippert21221@yahoo.com
Description: An easy ride of 22 miles on flat roads. The roads are two lane without shoulders. There could be some traffic, but not too heavy. Visit Fort Howard, North Point State, Black Marsh Wildlands, Swan Point and Bay Shore.
Directions: From the north, take the Baltimore Beltway (I-695) to Exit 42. Turn onto North Point Road (not Boulevard) toward Edgemere and Fort Howard. In about 1 mile the Food Lion will be on your left. From the south, take I-695 across the Key Bridge to Exit 43. Take Bethlehem Boulevard to its end at an intersection. Cross North Point Boulevard at the traffic light, turn onto North Point Road towards Fort Howard. Turn left into the Food Lion parking lot.

Friday May 13

Queenstown Meander
Level: Casual
Meet: Shore Christian Fellowship Church, 7401 Main Street, Queenstown, Maryland 21658 
GPS: Latitude 38.991446, Longitude -76.153358
Leader: Lloyd McAtee, call 301-318-8015, email Ltmbjm@yahoo.com
Description: 33 miles with lots of options to shorten the route. Visit the many waterways around the Chester River and Corsica River. Lunch at Doc’s Riverside Grill or brown bag at Corsica River/ Centreville Landing.
Directions: US 50/ 301 across Bay Bridge. Go about 10 miles to stay on US 301 toward Wilmington to a left on MD-18 east, Main Street. Go 0.6 mile to 7401 Main Street (past bank and firehouse) to left turn on Old Wharf Road at Shore Christian Fellowship Church. Park behind the church.

Monday May 16

Chesapeake City - Crystal Beach
Level: Moderate
Meet: Bethel Road picnic area, 3052 Old Telegraph Road, Chesapeake City, Maryland 21915
GPS: Latitude 39.520609, Longitude -75.782846
Leader: Bud Lippert, call 443-570-0542, email blippert21221@yahoo.com
Description: The ride to Crystal Beach and back is 25 miles, mostly flat but some hills on Pine Road. Bring drink, snack and camera for the stop in Crystal Beach. Beautiful view of the Chesapeake Bay and Turkey Point Lighthouse. We will stop at Harkens Point General Store. Restaurant available in Crystal Beach.
Directions: From I-695 East take I-95 North for 36 miles, crossing bridge (toll) to exit 100 (MD-272). Merge onto MD-272 for 2 miles, left turn on MD-40 for 7 miles, right turn on MD-213 East for 16 miles. Cross C and D Canal Bridge, take first exit (MD-286/ MD-342). Right turn on Basil Avenue for 0.1 mile, left turn on George Street for 0.2 mile, right turn on Third Street following MD-286 for 0.5 mile, right turn on Old Telegraph Road for 100 yards. Left turn in picnic area parking lot.

Friday, May 20

Kent Island Ramble
Level: Casual
Meet: Matapeake State Park, Marine Academy Drive, Stevensville, Maryland 21666
GPS: Latitude 38.953110, Longitude -76.351161
Leader: Tom Lutz, call 410-477-0440 or 443-924-1676 (cell), email mlut77@msn.com
Description: Approximately 30 miles on flat terrain. If you desire, you can easily shorten the ride. See houses with airplane hangers attached, a commercial fishing community and beautiful estates on the Chesapeake. Lunch at the Kentmor Restaurant along the ride or at Matapeake State Park at the end of the ride.
Directions: Cross the Bay Bridge and take the first exit. Make a right at the top of the ramp on MD-8. Go 3.2 miles to Marine Academy Drive and make a right into the park to a parking lot.

Monday May 23

Marley Station to Patapsco State Park
Meet: Marley Station Mall, 7900 Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie, 21061
Level: Moderate
GPS: Latitude 39.138204, Longitude -76.608314
Leader: TJ Furlong, call 410-923-2637, email tjfurlong2@verizon.net
Description: Approximately 29 miles on BWI and B and A Trails on roadways with some hills to Patapsco State Park. Bring brown bag lunch to eat on the trail.
Directions: Take Ritchie Highway, MD-2, to Marley Station Mall. Use parking lot E in the rear of the mall adjacent to the B and A Trail.

Friday, May 27

Church Hill – Marydel – Sudlersville Loop
Level: Casual; warmup for Baltimore Bicycling Club Kent County Spring Fling Weekend
Meet: Church Hill Park, Church Hill, Maryland 21623
GPS: Latitude 39.146775, Longitude -75.973149
Leader: George Drake, call 443-988-8803, email georgerdrake@yahoo.com
Description: 32-mile or 24-mile or 16-mile tour on the roads less traveled of northern Queen Anne’s and Caroline Counties. All three rides arrive for lunch at one of two Sudlersville restaurants or Sudlersville Park. Cycle this ride on your way to the Kent County Spring Fling.
Directions: Take US 50/ 301 across Bay Bridge. US 301 to MD-213 north toward Centreville, Chestertown. On the north side of Church Hill, take MD-300 east for 0.4 mile to Church Hill Park on the right. Or, from the north (Chestertown) proceed south on MD-213 to a left at MD-300 toward Sudlersville. Take MD-300 for 0.4 mile to Church Hill Park on the right.

Friday, June 3

Taneytown to Mayberry
Level: Moderate
Meet: Taneytown Memorial Park, 143 West Baltimore Street, Taneytown, Maryland 21787
GPS: Latitude 39.6633191, Longitude -77.1808195
Leader: John Eckard, call 443-286-6819 (cell), email jreckard@comcast.net
Description: 25 miles east to Mayberry and north to the Pennsylvania border. Mainly rolling with a few good hills. Bring snacks, lunch in Taneytown when we return.
Directions: From I-695, take Exit 19, I-795 north to Exit 9B and follow MD-140 through Westminster to Taneytown. Take first exit from traffic circle. Cross MD-194 and go 0.4 mile to Taneytown Memorial Park on left. Turn left at first entrance to parking lot on right.

Monday June 6

Cross Kent Island to Prospect Bay
Level: Casual - An 11-mile ride is available
Meet: Terrapin Nature Area parking lot, 247 Log Cabin Circle, Stevensville, Maryland 21666
GPS: Latitude 38.989978, Longitude -76.321270
Leader: Alvin Friendlich, call 410-356-3585 or 410 218-2242 (cell), email afriendlich@gmail.com
Description: Approximately 25 miles. Includes the Kent Island Trail and then on Kent Island to the Prospect Bay community with lunch stop. Will be a flat ride.
Directions: After crossing the Bay Bridge, take the first exit (Exit 37). Make a left turn at the top of the ramp proceeding across US 50 on MD-8. At the first stoplight turn left into an industrial park. Go 0.2 mile to the T and make a right onto Log Cabin Circle. Go 0.7 mile to the Terrapin Nature Area on the right. Go in entrance and park.

Friday, June 10

Talbot River Vistas
Level: Casual
Meet: Hog Neck Golf Course, 10142 Old Cordova Road, Easton, Maryland 21601
GPS: Latitude 38.825070, Longitude -76.041002
Leader: George Drake, call 443-988-8803, email georgerdrake@yahoo.com
Description: Terrific new 32-mile ride on the east side of US 50 on back roads. Two regroups - one, the Tuckahoe River and the other, on the Choptank. Pass through the hamlets of Lewistown, Kitty’s Corner, Matthews, and Walkertown. Bring snacks or lunch for regroup 2 (No food stops on the ride). Return to golf course for lunch at the golf course café or brown bag in the pavilion.
Directions: US 50 east 0.5 mile past mile marker 59 to left on Rabbit Hill Road. Proceed 1.1 miles to right on Old Cordova Road. Proceed 1.2 miles to right into Hog Neck Golf Course. Go to end, turn hairpin right to parking. Restroom available.

Monday, June 13

Marley Station Mall to Annapolis Dock
Level: Casual
Meet: Marley Station Mall, 7900 Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie, 21061
GPS: Latitude 39.138204, Longitude -76.608314
Leader: Alvin Friendlich, call 410-356-3585 or 410 218-2242 (cell), email afriendlich@gmail.com
Description: Ride the B and A Trail and some city streets around Annapolis to the Market. Brown bag or buy lunch in the market.
Directions: Take Ritchie Highway (MD-2) to Marley Station Mall. Use parking lot E in the rear of the mall adjacent to the B and A Trail.

Friday, June 17

Talbot Farmland
Level: Casual
Meet: Easton Rail Trail, 502 Goldsborough Street, Easton, Maryland 21601
GPS: Latitude 38.775897, Longitude -76.068590
Leader: Steve Mizer, call 217-520-8302 (cell), email skmizer75@gmail.com
Description: This ride will take you deep into the farmland east of US 50. Cordova is a typical agriculture crossroads, complete with railroad tracks that once served to transport produce to canneries and markets on Delmarva. Side trails to Covey’s Landing, Reese’s Landing, and Kingston Landing are worth the diversion for differing views of the Choptank River. There is an active bald eagle nest in a distant sycamore east of Lewistown Road and a half-mile north of private Bluff Point Road. The birds of the summer countryside are the beautiful indigo bunting and blue grosbeak that festoon the telephone wires like ornaments. Lunch options are brown bag, several general stores along the trail, Hog Neck golf course snack bar or your favorite restaurant in Easton. Distance 27.6 or 31 miles.
Directions: From Baltimore, I-97 south to US 50 East/ US 301 across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge (toll). Go 8.5 miles and bear right on US 50 East toward Ocean City. Go approximately 18 miles and turn right on Goldsborough Street. The Rails-to-Trails trailhead will be on your right in about 0.3 mile (fourth intersection to the right). Goldsborough Street intersects with Pennsylvania Avenue at the trailhead.

 

Revised April 26, 2016        

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