Edgemere Haul Road Trail

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Edgemere Haul Road Trail is a 3.5 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Edgemere, Maryland that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is good for all skill levels offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

3.5 miles
62 feet
Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly


mountain biking

nature trips

road biking

trail running



wild flowers

no shade

Parking is available at the main entrance of North Point State Park. This out and back trail is a paved UN-used roadbed that cuts through an old Farm that had historic value during the War of 1812. Look for the small Grave Plot of the Shaw family. The trails continues into the wooded area and it ends at North Point Blvd. This trail crosses 3 side streets within the town of Edgemere. If you take a left at the end of the trail you can walk up to a convenience stop called Micky's and get a sub and something to drink. If you need to get something to drink sooner then you could stop at Robbie's Bar. If you are a Mountain biker there are a few trails beginning to be developed in one section of the woods. Look for side trails into the woods after the first street crossover but before the second one. Please beware of traffic when crossing over any of the side streets. The old farm fields are load with deer in the late evening hours. Very little shade on this trail so beware of the heat, bring plenty of water and maybe wear a hat.

1 month ago

Super great place to Hike or Bike. I grew up playing on the old Haul Rd. Wow, now I am a senior biking and hiking this area. The Haul Rd. and the main road leading in and out of the Park are both paved. The earthen trails throughout the North Point State Park are in good shape but you may need a map for a few sections. Some trails are access points to fields so don't get confused. The beach area is great to take a break or have a picnic because there are tables and fire grills. You can even fish or go swimming. ** Fishing License is required. ** There is not much shade here so wear a hat and carry plenty of water. The entire area is full of wildlife and all the trails are basically Flat. Today was nice and breezy so it was quite enjoyable. Contact me if you want a map of this park I created : baltoken@yahoo.com

10 months ago

I wasn't able to do the whole road because I had my bulldog with me. We paid $3 to park at North Point State Park, walked to the beginning of this trail, explored the cemetery, and went about a mile further before we turned around. Stretches have no tree cover so it gets really hot. It was a nice alternative to the trails in North Point but I will probably wait for cooler temps before I do it again.