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Woodstock Equestrian Special Park is a 3.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Beallsville, Maryland that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. 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.

Length 3.2 mi Elevation gain 213 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Kid friendly Cross country skiing Hiking Horseback riding Snowshoeing Walking Running Forest Wild flowers Wildlife
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Horse jump parks and trails for horses and hiking.

Porta-potties.

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anna mihm
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Hiking

Overall a nice trail. There are many more loops that are on the trail map, but not Alltrails. i had to pull up the AllTrails map quite a few times to find my way, as the trails aren’t very marked.

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TT Clark
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Hiking

I hiked William Rickman Equestrian Center Entrance (on the east side of the park). It has a nice large parking area with a port-a-potty. Most of the trails have sign posts at the the trail head. I did not notice any blazes along the trail. The trails are wide to accommodate the horses. Open field & forested trails. https://www.montgomeryparks.org/resources/woodstock-equestrian-park-trails-map/

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Kat McMullen
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Horseback riding

I did not hike the trail but I did school my horse there and I absolutely loved it

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Stephen Mullen
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Hiking

Started at the Moritz Equestrian Center parking lot and hiked Monocacy Loop, then Two Bridge trail, Greenberg Challenge Loop, and Stone Bridge Loop. Took the southern leg of Greenberg Challenge Loop back to Twin Bridge and back to the parking lot. Trails on the west side are mostly open around the perimeter of fields planted with corn and barley.

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Bryan Kluth
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Running
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Nice to run through the fields.

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Jennifer Chapman
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Jeffrey Schwartz
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Lisa Austin
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Levente Szego
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Thomas Richards
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