Hike, Bike, or Run the Centennial Park Trails

Maryland Centennial Park Trails

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Lake views, birding, and wildflowers await you in this beautiful space!

Park in the big lot off of Centennial lane (see map). Trail is great for all kinds of excursions, whether by foot or by bike. Dogs are welcome on leash.

Photos: cj13822, halserad

Pack List

  • Walking/running shoes
  • Water
  • Sun protection
  • Layers
  • Camera
  • Field Guide
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Hiking, Running

Skill Level:



Year Round

Trail Type:



2.6 Miles

Elev. Gain:

82 Feet



Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly

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12 days ago

Favorite Place For A Run

I work just down the street from this park and go here all the time for a jog. It's a gorgeous lake and full of little trails to explore off the main loop. Going here on a weekend can get pretty busy, so I always stick to weekdays.

12 days ago

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