Biking Trails

Annapolis’ multi-use trails, bike lanes, and routes can take you where you want to go! Take a ride to do errands in an urban landscape or relax in a natural environment along our three main trails that have become the pathway's backbone. The trails provide access to many of the city's recreation and cultural facilities.

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Trail - This is a 1.25 mile paved, landscaped trail circling the Navy-Marine Corps Stadium.

Bike on Trail


Poplar Ave. Trail - This half mile, grade-separated, hiker/biker trail follows the old B&A rail line through the existing Poplar linear park. The Poplar Trail connects Taylor Ave. and the Annapolis Sports Complex. The public library and the Navy Marine Corps Stadium are also located along this route. One of the main projects to build this trail was the "Right-Tree, Right-Place" Model planting.


Signage to Poplar Trail


Spa Creek Trail - Completed in 1999, this 1.5 mile paved trail provides a safe, all purpose route for cyclists and pedestrians connecting West Street, the gateway to Annapolis, with Truxtun Park.


Trails


In addition, parks and trails are located throughout Anne Arundel County. For a complete listing, please visit http://www.aacounty.org/RecParks/parks/trails/index.cfm

Baltimore Annapolis Trail Park - The B&A Trail is a 13.3 mile linear trail following the route of the old Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad from Glen Burnie to Annapolis. The B&A Trail is widely used for walking, running, cycling, rollerblading, and wheelchair access. For more information, call 410-222-6244.

BWI Trail - The BWI Trail connects to the North end of the B&A Trail and provides an additional 12.5 miles of paved trail.

Trails at Quiet Waters Park - Approximately 6.9 miles of paved paths through wooded park. Bike, foot and wheelchair accessible.