Hike the Wincopin Trail

2.5 miles  - Loop Trail

Added by The Outbound Collective

You don't have to travel to a distant and remote trail to experience the natural beauty of Maryland, and the Wincopin Trail proves it. 

Park on Vollmerhausen Road to access the Wincopin trailhead. This hike is easy to get to and accessible for all skill levels. 

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Hiking
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Food Nearby
Forest
Groups
Scenic
Wildlife

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Great ruins, river bed, and old rock quarry

Can be a touch muddy after the rain but it’s a beautiful little hike with some neat scenery. Map is at parking lot.

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