Greenbrier is a multi-use park providing many kinds of recreation. The Appalachian Trail passes through the park. The 42-acre man-made lake and beach draw many visitors who enjoy swimming, canoeing, hiking, picnicking, fishing and hunting. As with most of Maryland's State Parks, a park map is available at the park office. Located in the Appalachian Mountains, this state park offers many recreational opportunities. The man-made freshwater lake offers swimming, sunbathing, boating and fishing opportunities. There are also hiking trails which meander through a variety of wildlife habitats and afford a view of the area's geological history. Picnic tables and grills and playgrounds are available in the day-use area.

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28 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

I took my nine year old son and 7 year old son on this trail from route 40 that crosses over route 70. It was a strenuos hike, but we had transport meet us at Washington Monument State Park which made it much more tolerable. The end was tough but we were proud to make it to the finish!

hiking
3 months ago

The best section of the at in Maryland

Did the wolfsville rd.and did 8 miles 4 out and 4 back.at turn I did a right,Nice extra time going toward spring on left and try that side out .so glad someone posted that address,

hiking
5 months ago

Fun hike on a well marked trail. Not a lot to see in scenic views as most of the tail is in the woods. A few spots had a steep incline, but nothing too serious.

hiking
5 months ago

hiking
5 months ago

hiking
5 months ago

Nice trail. Well marked. A couple of elevation changes, but mostly along the ridge. Not much in the way of views, but we did see several deer and some skittish chipmunks.

hiking
5 months ago

hiking
6 months ago

That was a nice hike..ups and downs..Enjoyed it..and a lake view was nice..I parked my motorcycle on mt atena road and started from there..Had myself some blackberries along the way before crossing the small stream..

The loop is very nice yet pretty easy. When you go onto the actual Appalachian trail, the first part is hard and very steep. After you get through that, you need to pay close attention to the tree markings, I got confused and lost my way and I ventured off the trail a bit on accident. Great hike though and when you get to the top to the structure it is totally worth it.