Off-Road Trail at Terrapin Nature Park Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

There’s a new off-road trail for bikers and hikers on Kent Island.

The Off-Road Trail was created in partnership with the Kent Island Chapter of Mid Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts (MORE) and Queen Anne’s County Department of Parks and Recreation.

County Commissioners approved the agreement with MORE in 2020. In the agreement MORE will provide volunteer services to build and maintain the trail, perform monthly inspections and annual all hands workday with smaller group workdays based on the monthly inspections. MORE will also provide stewardship in the continued operation of the trails through educational programs that encourage responsible riding and communications to the cycling community.
Queen Anne’s County will provide continued public access to the trails which will be in the southeast quadrant of Terrapin Nature Park.

For more information about MORE and the Off- Road Trail at Terrapin Nature Park visit and search “Kent Island Trail”.

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