Fairland Regional Park
13950 Old Gunpowder Road, Laurel, MD 20707
Trail Conditions Forum Here
Austin Steo, Dan Hudson, Fairland@more-mtb.org
Spring 2010 Trailwork Day:
Saturday, May 29
Fairland Park has nearly 8 miles of flowing and fast singletrack trailentirely built by volunteers. They are similar in style to Schaeffer Farms with a few fun sections and features thrown in, including a Roller coaster trail in the north east side.near the aquatic center ballfields, a technical boardwalk 2 to 1 foot wide, a couple of stream crossings, a few short bridges, and potential for a small skills area. Fairland is in both Montgomery and Prince George's Counties with about 2 plus miles of paved trail. The combined the park facilities include softball and soccer fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, pavilions, an indoor aquatic center and gym, an all year round ice rink--and curling rink, and the Gunpowder golf course.
To see rough map, go here: http://www.more-mtb.org/galleries/sh....php?i=992&c=9
The green locates the technical boardwalk area. Most of the Montgomery side of the park has blue blazing. When riding the trail if you find yourself at a road with a bridge, cross over bridge, but stay on same side of road--you'll see the trail on other side of bridge.
Directions From DC
Take 495 to 95 North towards Baltimore;
Take the first exit onto route 212 East (Powder Mill Road) towards Beltsville.
Upon exiting, get into the left lane immediately and turn left onto Old Gunpowder Road. Stay on Old Gunpowder for about 2 miles and turn left onto Greencastle Road. Go up about a mile and take a right into Fairland Park. At the stop sign take a left and park. Trail head is to the right of the playground and Pavilions, off the paved trail.
Directions From Baltimore
Take 95 south to exit 33B route 198 west towards Burtonsville.
At the second light take a left onto Old Gunpowder Road. Pass the aquatic center and turn right onto Greencastle Road. Travel for approximately one mile and take a right into Fairland Park. At the stop sign take a left and park. Trail head is behind the Pavilions next to the playground.
Map to Trailhead
Number of Trails:
Incomplete naming: Holly Trail and loop (north loop), Crows foot trail (misleading as its more like a middle loop) and other un-named designated trail.
No, except for pavilion rental.
Sunrise to Sunset
Not yet, but open for discussion once trail signs are finish.
Trail Map: http://www.more-mtb.org/galleries/sh....php?i=992&c=9
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