Limited parking but it's a great trail system and well maintained. Hikers Only and I love it. The area includes all flat earthen dirt trail with only a few muddy spots but you are able to walk around them. A few foot bridges are a nice added touch to take you over the feeder streams leading into the Middle Patuxent River. The trails along to river are truly beautiful and the river is loaded with fish to see. Really nice swimming hole down at marker number 9. This trail system contains woods, great river views and even a few meadows. The large portion of the entire trail system is in the shade. Only the meadows are in the sun. Note: At the very first Tri-Connector of trails don't take the first left. It's not a trail. It's a TICK jungle.

Nice easy trail. Some pretty pastures and water. The markings could be a little better though. It is in a nature preserve and there are some areas that look like trails but are off limits

It's easily accessible and not usually very busy- loops are easy to combine to make a longer run

Easy trail for hiking with young kids.

If you'd like a quick hike this is a great one. 2.4 easy miles. We did it in the winter but I'd bet it's pretty in spring/summer. Encountered several other hikers. There is a nice trail map that explains all the environmental improvements they r attempting.