Kent Island Off-Road Trail @
Terrapin Nature Center

Stevensville, MD


Located inside Terrapin Nature Park, at the base of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, the Off-Road Trail @ Terrapin Nature Park opened to the public in Sept 2021. This multi-use, single track, natural surface trail provides family friendly recreation suitable for mountain bikers and hikers of all ages and skill levels. It does not permit motorized vehicle or equestrian use. This trail was built by hand by 65 local volunteers and took 560 hours of work to complete. The main loop is beginner friendly and measures 1.2 miles long. There are 3 additional trail loops that provide more difficult terrain for intermediate riders and adds an additional 0.6 miles of trail with some natural technical features like berms, rollers, and log overs. The trail was built and maintained by the Mid-Atlantic Off Road Enthusiasts in partnership with Queen Anne’s County Parks and Recreation. The trail entrance is on Bateua Dr behind the pond in the Kent Island Business Park



Donations made directly through this page go directly to the selected trails system and help MORE and its trail liaisons purchase materials, tools and hire the expertise necessary to help us maintain and sustain world class trails in the Washington DC Metropolitan region.

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The Kent Island trails at Terrapin Nature Park are suitable for riders of all abilities but may include sections more suitable for intermediate to advanced riders. MORE subscribes to IMBA's trail difficulty ratings

MORE Volunteer Steve Pringle will be leading a dedicated and passionate group of volunteers to create riding opportunities in Queen Anne’s County.

Please visit these nearby Kent Island locations for drinks and food after your ride.:
800 Main Street
Stevensville, MD 21666
(410) 643-2466
216 St. Claire Place
Stevensville, MD 21666
(410) 604-1120
1169 Shopping Center Rd
Stevensville, MD 21666
(410) 980-8097
350 Thompson Creek
Stevensville, MD 21666
(410) 604-6096

                                                                                                                                                                                        Location and proposed trails layout fo Kent Island