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LOCUST SHADE PARK
Locust Shade is a small county park with diverse terrain situated along Prince William County’s Southern portion of the Potomac Heritage Trail Corridor. With county approval, MORE recently completed the build of an advanced 1.2 mile trail extension. In addition, MORE volunteers are in the process of building and finishing a 1.1 mile beginner trails that will replace multiple fall line sections of trail.
Locust Shade will provide an anchor for the Potomac Heritage Trail and provide connectivity to other nearby popular trail systems, including those aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico (Quantico MTB Club) and the trails in Prince William Forest Park (NPS).
Funding will provide necessary materials for multiple bridges and for the necessary expertise to build the desired trail system, please use the Donate Now Form on this page to help us make these trails become a reality.
TAKE ACTION - DONATE NOW!
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.
$10 Minimum Donation. Please change the quantity to increase your donation.
Col Du Shade - The Advanced Trail at Locust Shade Park, a segment of the Potomac Heritage NST
Proceeds from the sales of the Locust Shade products below go directly back into the trails.
The trails at Locust Shade Park are suitable for all ability levels. Plans are in the works to transform Locust Shade into a Stacked trail system that offers more challenging alternatives for intermediate and advanced riders. MORE subscribes to IMBA's trail difficulty ratings
MORE Volunteers have donated over 200 hours of their time to help plan, maintain and build the trails at Locust Shade in 2020.