not much of a trail, more of a thing to see from your car. beautiful either way

Beautiful hike good for young kids.

hiking
Monday, August 15, 2016

well maintained,easy with kids

Very easy to navigate and very well maintained. I'd say an easy hike with beautiful scenery. Bring the kids, they will enjoy it!

This is on private property so all you can do is look at it from the road. However, you can explore all around the river downstream from it.

I love these trails! I would rate these trails easy but there are alot of them and the wildlife is really abundant.

hiking
Saturday, April 30, 2016

Trails were well marked! Very nice walk through the woods!

Nice well marked trails easy enough for my 6 year old granddaughter.

Nice for a day with young children for an easy hike.

walking
Thursday, June 04, 2015

FREE! Well-marked and well-maintained trails. I walked the perimeter trail and checked out the overlook trail (not much of an overlook due to leafy trees). It's a nice blend of field and woods. A small stream trickled along some actions. Not overly challenging. A nice place to go when you just want to breathe in nature.

Love Baltimore Woods. Beautiful, scenic trails. Moderate and we'll groomed

walking
Thursday, January 01, 2015

I haven't verified these directions, but this is what I found online: http://www.footprintpress.com/Waterfalls/marcellusfalls.htm

trail running
Friday, August 01, 2014

Nice run through the woods

hiking
Thursday, July 10, 2014

This was the first trial my son and I did. The water fall is on private property so the only thing you could do is take pictures from the road like I did. Very disappointing but the trip was somewhat save due to the parking area where the small creek (about 50 feet long) provided a nice area to eat and just get your feet wet.

Short, but pretty walk through the woods. Some nice ups and downs offer a little variety in the hike. Accessible, but still secluded enough where you feel like you're out in nature. Bring your hiking boots - it can get muddy!

hiking
Friday, September 23, 2011

Limited but diverse hike through forest and meadow ecotypes. Active beaver dam along main trail. Knowledgeable staff to help guide you to interesting sites.

No dogs allowed. If you have pets look elsewhere

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