There's A Little-Known Nature Trail Just Waiting For Maryland Explorers
Seeking someplace new to hike? The following resources management area is home to a little-known nature trail in Maryland and it’s a must-see in person. Along with today’s featured trail, it’s also home to several other scenic trails, making for over 80-miles to explore! Read on to learn more, and keep this place in mind for a calming hike among nature in the Old Line State.
Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area is located in Elkton, Maryland. It's just about as northeastern as you can go in the Old Line State, bordered by Pennsylvania, and Delaware only a half-mile away.
The park covers 5,656-acres and has over 80-miles of trails to explore.
A favorite trail here is Big Elk Creek Loop. It's a moderate 4.5-mile trek with plenty to see along the way. You especially won't want to miss the ruins...
...which make for a picture-perfect photo-op.
Big Elk Creek Loop also includes charming footbridges...
...and winding trails that curve around water and plant life.
Speaking of plant life, keep your eyes peeled for colorful, cheery wildflowers during your journey.
From serene, rural sections...
...to fairy tale-esque woodland portions...
...Big Elk Creek Loop fits a plethora of terrain in its 4.5-miles. You can learn more about this stunning area by visiting the website linked below. Start planning, and enjoy many adventures you can have here!
Learn more about
Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area, including trail maps, camping, and more.
This certainly isn’t the only little-known nature trail in Maryland. Check out another hidden gem in Maryland, which is home to various treks that are surrounded by peaceful, rural beauty.
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Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area Parking Lot 1, 4646 Telegraph Rd, Elkton, MD 21921, USA