Pee Wee's and Tuckahoe Valley Loop Trail

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Tuckahoe State Park

Pee Wee's and Tuckahoe Valley Loop Trail is a 9.2 mile loop trail located near Ridgely, Maryland that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length9.2 miElevation gain347 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashCampingHikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingRunningForestViews
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Shannon Doran
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Jesse McKnight
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Natalie Hartman
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ned foulkrod
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Mountain bikingWashed out

Good trail, ended up taking a few loops by mistake, but you can’t really get lost. Some parts were muddy and buggy and some of the southern spurs are closed from flooding damage. But overall a good hike or ride.

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Barrie Homan
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Nice easy hike. Good for dogs as there were a couple of places were they could have access to a small stream. Almost all shade too.

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Avery Dunn
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Valarie Daye Michaelides
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Loved it! Shady, secluded, tropical, streams for dogs to cool off in and nature trail markings - couldn't ask for more!

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Lauren Pitts
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HikingBugs

Tip - cell service was spotty in the area for me, with no service by the lake and northern trailhead. It was actually better in the woods. Might want to screenshot or save map on your phone beforehand. There were some printed maps at the trailhead though. Another tip - if you live west of the bay I’d recommend planning to go when eastbound bay bridge traffic is usually known to be lighter (clear at 7:00 am Sunday! but extremely backed up at noon) Anyways, these are nice, mostly flat and easy to follow trails. A good portion were sandy and single track or slightly wider, except the south/south eastern portions which were wide fire/gravel roads and the northwestern portion which is just walking alongside Crouse Mill Rd for a half mile or so (but it’s a cute country road!). This is a neat state park with options for lots of non-trail activities too - camping, fishing, paddling, disc golf, playgrounds and picnicking, etc. I’ll probably hike here again when the weather is cooler and the bugs aren’t as bad as they were today.

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Gina Henderson
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HikingMuddy

This trail was awesome! Felt like a tropical walk in the rainforest on a 95 degree day but we also had the whole park to ourselves! I had to check the app a few times and we got off trail once or twice, but overall everything was pretty well marked - especially the part in the arboretum. We parked in the picnic area lot and walked down the street to the trailhead. Will definitely be back in the fall!

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Marco Nebb
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HikingBugsMuddy

This is one of my favorite weekend hikes. The trails are good, but can be washed out after rain, so I’d recommend boots if it rained there within the past 3 days

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Joey Connell
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Amazing trail! I love the trails here at Tuckahoe. Very well maintained and marked well with the trailblazes. One thing to note is that the trails here are horseback friendly so watch out for the occasional droppings. There’s some hills throughout the park but nothing too extreme. I’ve been wanting to do the complete loop for some time now and it certainly didn’t disappoint. A lot of flora and fauna variety during the hike. Take your time as it’s quite long but well worth it.

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Shirley Semple
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Great Trail well marked. Dogs loved. Frequently traveled

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John Morisi
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beautiful. i think there’s a lot of little trails you can follow if you head to this trail. will be back!

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Chelsea Tilghman
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HikingMuddy

We entered near the cemetery off 404 to the first “intersection” then looped back. It was a little muddy in certain areas but was expected due to our recent rain. The rest of the trail was great. Beautiful views. River access. A lot of elevation changes. The trees provided the perfect canopy for shade. I probably only saw maybe 3-4 trail markers on our 4.5mi trek. But the trail was very well kept so I think it’d be hard to wander off trail. There was one part of the trail that went over a small stream with no way to cross except to get your feet soaked. But all in all can’t complain.

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Jeff Jones
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Fun trail for a solo ride or a day with the family. I have been on it once with the family. Kids are 14 and 11 and they made it just fine. Scenery is also nice. Trails are not maked well so use app. Pack a lunch and enjoy the lake after your ride. I will ride this again.

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PaulandJaime Strayer
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Decent trail with some good scenery. Became moderately to heavily trafficked as the day went on but was still nice. AllTrails gave us a “verified completed” at 8.1 miles so not sure about that (second time in two weeks the app has done this-maybe a glitch?) We logged 10.1 miles but followed the recording so allow for that extra mile of time. Multiple areas to access the trail along the roads.

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Erin Chamberlin
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Hiking

This rating isn’t so much for the trail but for the directions and location this app gave me. I took my dog to hike the trail and we were lost for about a hour and a half. Google maps has the trail mapped correctly, off of Crouse Mill Road, you can park at the equestrian center and cross the road to find the path and follow the orange markers.

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Kyle Spence
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Awesome ride, definitely harder trail at tuckahoe but still one of my favs! Would recommend

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Tracy Pope
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Bird watching

Awesome hike with the camping crew! Lauren & Bob, Alan & Mike, Tracy & Craig. Nice mix of swamp and marshland & creek and woods. Lots of birds and beautiful spring flowers. Forest was just starting to leaf out.

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Justin Beaudett
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great trail to walk the dog and to enjoy nature. secluded and quite.

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Kevin Nolan
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I attempted to hike this trail today. I’ll suggest that if it has rained recently DO NOT GO. Trail was flooded up to waist deep at points and I forded the creek at least 5 times getting to chest deep water once. Was not safe. I should of turned around but kept telling myself it must get better. That all being said it is probably the prettiest, most diverse trail with some sort of distance in the Delmarva region. I only completed the Tuckahoe Valley Trail as I did not take the Pee Wee because it too was flooded. I took the New Trail back. I’d do this hike again in a heartbeat when it warms up and drys out.

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Hannah Drew-Moyer
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Absolutely beautiful trail! When I hiked it yesterday there were two places where large trees blocked the trail, and three instances of substantial flooding (one almost impassible). Probably just seasonal, but be prepared if you’re planning on this hike soon. Otherwise a great time!

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Tommie Polite
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Awesome view and has all skill levels for riding!

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Bryan Darling
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The best mountain biking on the eastern shore. creekside cliff, pee wees, and the lake trail are all fun and flowy. several jumps and drops hidden throughout the park as well!

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Tom Pritchett
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This is a really nice trail and probably the best one on the eastern shore side of Maryland. lots of ups and downs, info signs along the way about trees and plants. Little bridges to cross over the water and lots of peace and quiet.

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Joe Moorman
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Mountain biking

Long trail with interesting terrain and beautiful scenery. Nothing comparable on the eastern shore. Decent trails, some parts Sandy or pitted by horses... nothing good tires can't handle. My go-to trail!

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