Explore the most popular trails near Queen Anne with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Queen Anne, Maryland Map

Awesome view and has all skill levels for riding!

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!

Fun trail. lots of nature. Will do again but after some maintenance is done on the fallen trees over the path and a bridge is reset for crossing small stream.

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.

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!

Lake Trail was short but definitely my favorite part of the park!

Date: 3/21/2017 Great Hike

this trail has a little bit of everything. various small bridges ro cross the creeks, some rickety some mich nicer. variety of small elevation changes. used this trail to train for an Appalachian Trail hike planned next month. my son and I hiked with full weighted backpacks for training purposes.

11 mile loop. The trails are varied, pine groves, flats, hills, wood bridges, stone chip bike paths. Some sections require a quick tick check after passing through, being narrower or having taller grass.

my bestie and i did the nature walks around the campground then kayaked in the water...⛵

I hike this trail last sunday it is nice but gets confusing when you try to fine the orange loop, but its a
nice hike just to get out on.

Lake Trail- Nice easy trail through the woods. No view of the lake but trail meanders through the woods and over some small streams. Less than a mile out.