Walking Trails Near Baltimore, MD
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Walking Trails Near Baltimore, MD

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Baltimore has 31 walking trails. These trails range from 0.9 to 4.5 miles in length. The most popular trails are Fort McHenry Trail and Fort McHenry. Trails.com member Ellie H. recently completed Fort McHenry Trail. See all Baltimore trails.
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Roland Park is in some respects the perfect “suburban” neighborhood. Of course, after ...
Many civic boosters claim their own neighborhoods as Baltimore’s prettiest. With so many ...
Woodberry remains one of Baltimore’s unique neighborhoods. When mill production contributed ...
Some locals will roll their eyes and mutter about the overplayed and commercialized Hon ...
One of Baltimore’s lesser-known attributes (even to many locals) is its preponderance ...
In recent decades, Baltimore has suffered an image problem. While Baltimore spent much ...
Druid Hill Park, a massive urban oasis at 745 acres, was founded in 1860 and created from ...
Most Baltimore-area commuters know Falls Rd.; it stretches from midtown all the way through ...
There’s a dividing line near Penn Station. To the immediate south lie Mount Royal and ...
When it comes to being an arts and cultural center, Baltimore is in a tough spot. Washington, ...
The Bolton Hill neighborhood has signified many things over the years—wealth, easy living, ...
Seton Hill is easy to miss; because it sits in a pocket to the southeast of the major ...
To have been here in the early to mid-20th century! Unfortunately, much of Pennsylvania ...
Today’s Mount Vernon, a National Landmark Historic District and a Baltimore City Cultural ...
SOWEBO (Southwest Baltimore) has been struggling to reinvent itself for years. A high ...
Downtown is hip. Full of cool sights. But sometimes, even in neighborhoods where those ...
This walk has a stunning array of sites and perfectly encapsulates the great contrasts ...
Along this route, you will be following the path of a regiment of Massachusetts volunteers ...
Jonestown is in some respects where Baltimore began. The Englishman David Jones built ...
Patterson Park is an urban oasis of 137 acres and is known as “Baltimore’s Best Backyard.” ...
Greektown, long known simply as The Hill (many old-timers still refer to their neighborhood ...
Many locals know Canton primarily as a desirable and safe neighborhood, full of shops ...
This part of Baltimore has been around for a while. Yes, Old Town and Jonestown are older, ...
Harbor East is the city’s newest and hippest destination, a natural and long overdue adjunct ...
Baltimore sees some 11 million visitors each year; they are an important economic driver ...
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