Annapolis Bike Map

The Map below presents the bicycle facilities and infrastructure within the City of Annapolis.

Annapolis Bike Map

Annapolis Bike Map

Local Area Attractions

Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Conference & Visitors Bureau (B-3 / B-4)

Provides visitor and tourist information at the year-round Visitors Center on West Street and a seasonal Visitors Center at City Dock. Served by most Annapolis Transit routes.

Phone: 410-280-0445
Visit Annapolis Website

Waterworks Park (A-1)

Located one-half mile east on Defense Highway. A passive recreational facility encompassing 500 acres (35 acres open to the public) with hiking trails, picnic areas, and Catch and Release Fishing. Permits are required. Limited parking available. Annapolis Transit route nearby.

Bates Field & Athletic Complex (B-2 / 3)

Athletic fields and baseball diamonds located on both sides of Spa Road near Old Wiley Bates High School and Maryland Hall. Next to Annapolis Transit Bus transfer point and crossed by Spa Creek Trail, with a signal crosswalk on Spa Road.

Annapolis Department of Transportation (B-2)

Annapolis Transit buses, vans and trolleys serve the City and Parole every day, except major holidays. Walk or bike to over 170 bus stops, many with new lighted shelters. Take the bus directly to most locations on this map. All buses are equipped with bike racks.

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts (B-3)

Offers classes and programs in the performing and visual arts. Easy access on foot or bike, including the Spa Creek Trail and served by most Annapolis bus routes.

Phone: 410-263-5544
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts Website

Truxton Park Recreation Center (C-3)

Easy access from Hilltop Lane, Spa Creek Trail or on Yellow or Orange Transit routes. Park offers tennis course, ball fields, boat launch ramp, picnic areas, and an outdoor swimming pool. The new center serves Annapolis area residents with diverse, affordable, high quality recreational and leisure time activities in a safe, modern, well maintained facility.

U.S. Naval Academy (A-B / 3-4)

Enjoy walking on the waterfront grounds of the historic U.S. Naval Academy. The visitors entrance is at Gate 1, at Randall Street/King George Street. Unfortunately cycling is not permitted on the grounds.

Phone: 410-293-1000
U.S. Naval Academy Website

Armel-Leftwich Visitors Center (offers walking tours)

Phone: 410-263-6933
Go Navy Website

The Chesapeake Children's Museum (B-3)

Located on the Spa Creek Trail and near Annapolis Transit route, offers programs and classes for children.

Phone: 410-990-1993
Chesapeake Children's Museum Website

Quiet Waters Park (D-3)

Visitors can walk, jog or bike on over 6 miles of paved trails winding through hardwood forests and past grassy fields, play at the multi-level children's playground, enjoy the vistas of the South River promenade and scenic overlook, or picnic among 340 acres of beautiful parkland.

Baltimore and Annapolis Trail / BWI Trail (A-4)

The multi-use off-road trail is an 8-foot wide paved surface with a total length of 13 miles between Jonas Green Park, near Annapolis, and Glen Burnie. Once you reach the northern terminus, a short connector path will take you over to the BWI Trail. The trail is also a multi-use off-road path, which extends for 12 miles and loops the Baltimore Washington International Airport. Both trails are great for recreational riding and provide flat terrain for beginners.

City Hall (B-4)

Annapolis City Hall has served many purposes since being built in 1766. It was originally dedicated as a revenue office and assembly room for Maryland Colonists. Today the building houses the Annapolis City Council chambers, the Mayor's office and various city departments.

Back Creek Nature Park (C-4)

Twelve wooded waterfront acres off Edgewood Road has nature trails, a picnic pavilion and a small pier.