White Trail is a 3.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Jarrettsville, Maryland that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
White Trail Loop - Rocks State Park is a 2 mile loop trail located near Street, Maryland that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking & rock climbing and is accessible year-round.
beautiful sights, great history, but slick in the fall with the leaves on the trail. heavily trafficked. our two dogs had a blast!
fun, but crowded
A great hike if you're looking for a healthy variance in terrain, scenery and incline! We didn't want too much leg abuse but still found ourselves getting a good workout. Park at Rocks road and take the loop clockwise so you get to experience King and Queens seat near the end as a reward!
Lots of altitude changes. From the Rapids parking lot, it's basically 500ft straight up to King and Queens seat. You can go right though and go for the gradual incline and then steep decline at the end. Definitely will hike again. 2 dogs on leash made it interesting in some parts, but they loved it too.
great hike, alot of people but not too many.
Was here 7/25. Over 100 degrees out. Thankfully the trees provided a me cover and the hike went great! Dog made it too. Trail can be tough in spots. Loads of rocks and root. Nice rewards at both ends and the middle.
Can be highly trafficked in the summer. Wish it was a little longer but it has a beautiful look out
Great spot for rock climbers of all experience levels
More rewarding to get to the King and Queen chair at the end.
Great trail with several variance options. Some parts can be a bit steep & tough on the knees coming down. Great view at King and Queen seat,
The map and information is a little inaccurate; the loop is closer to four miles. With an easy entrance at the park office, hikers can choose to make the steep ascent to the breathtaking King and Queen seat vista and continue on a meandering descent, or an easily ascending loop which comes upon the King and Queen seat near the end of your 2-3 hour hike, followed by a steep descent. It's a beautiful, rocky trail with changing scenery which is crowded near the vista, but the rest of the loop tends toward solitude, a plus in my book.
Wonderful place. I took my 5yr and the dog. We hiked the white trail loop. A few other hikers, mostly at the King & Queen Seat. Drove up the road to Kilgore Falls. Can't wait to go back in warmer weather.