Rosaryville State park
7801 West Marlton Ave, Upper Marlboro MS 20772.
Trail Conditions Forum Here
Eric Blomquist, Rosaryville@more-mtb.org
Spring 2010 Trailwork Days:
Saturday April 17
Rosaryville is an excellent mountain biking and equestrian destination with a main perimeter trail 9+ miles in length. It consists of a lot of tight twisty singletrack with some short steep hills built and designed in cooperation with IMBA's trail building guru and former trail crew member Rich Edwards. There are beautiful overlooks, awesome flora and fauna, large open fields. The trails offer something for all levels, but tend toward moderate speed singletrack, with moderate climbs, and most of the trail is under the cool canopy of mature hardwoods. Some technical sections will require beginners to dismount, but intermediate riders should find most sections rideable and challenging. Trails are not crowded, but keep a close eye out for the occasional equestrian rider or hiker.
Take Route 97 to Route 3 south. Route 3 will cross Route 50 and become Route 301 south. Follow Route 301 to Upper Marlboro. The State Park is located approximately 4 miles south of Upper Marlboro. The park entrance is on the right.
From the Washington Beltway I-495/95
Take exit #11, Route 4 east. Follow Route 4 to Upper Marlboro. Exit on Route 301 south for approximately 4 miles. The park entrance is on the right.
Perimeter Loop 9+ miles; Inner Loop: 1. 5 miles
Rolling singletrack with moderate climbs
Number of Trails:
$3/vehicle; $4/vehicle out-of-state residents. Payment is made through a cash-only exact change drop box near the entrance. (Failure to pay and display the receipt may result in a ticket from Natural Resource police or park rangers.)
Sunrise to sunset
Yes, under special arrangement with the Department of Natural Resources. Please see the Rides Forum for more information.
Trail Map: http://shopdnr.com/rosaryvillestatepark.aspx
GPS Track: http://www.more-mtb.org/forum/attach...1&d=1272382480
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