Milburn Cypress Nature Trail, Milburn Landing State Park

Salisbury, Maryland

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A short but enchanting walk through one of the northernmost stands of bald cypress in the United States. You may not think to drive all the way from Baltimore or Washington, D.C., for this quick stroll —but it just might be worth it. This hike is ideal for a short detour en route to the beach. This hike is very short and is out of the way for most hikers, except for local residents and visitors to the family campground. Although your leg muscles will forget the walk before you have left the park, the magic of the swampland is, without exaggeration, unforgettable. Special considerations: The environment here is extremely fragile; stay on the trail.
Hiking Maryland & Delaware

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Hiking Maryland & Delaware

by David Edwin Lillard (Falcon Guides)

A short but enchanting walk through one of the northernmost stands of bald cypress in the United States. You may not think to drive all the way from Baltimore or Washington, D.C., for this quick stroll —but it just might be worth it. This hike is ideal for a short detour en route to the beach.

This hike is very short and is out of the way for most hikers, except for local residents and visitors to the family campground. Although your leg muscles will forget the walk before you have left the park, the magic of the swampland is, without exaggeration, unforgettable. Special considerations: The environment here is extremely fragile; stay on the trail.

©  David Edwin Lillard/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Salisbury
Distance: 1
Elevation Gain: Minimal
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Season: September - May
Local Contacts: Pocomoke River State Forest
Local Maps: USGS Pocomoke City, Maryland
Driving Directions: Directions to Milburn Cypress Nature Trail, Milburn Landing State Park

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