Turkey Hill Loop

Black Hill Regional Park, Maryland

Elevation Gain235ft
Trailhead Elevation391ft
Elevation Min/Max390/500ft
Elevation Start/End391/391ft

Turkey Hill Loop

Turkey Hill Loop is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Clarksburg, Maryland. It is within Black Hill Regional Park. It is 0.4 miles long and begins at 391 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 235 feet. This trail connects with the following: Cool Springs.

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Best Hikes with Kids: Washington, DC, the Beltway & Beyond (The Mountaineers Books)
Jennifer Chambers
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"Black Hill Regional Park is located in upper Montgomery County west of I-270. The park surrounds most of Little Seneca Lake, which was created by damming Little Seneca Creek and its two tributaries, Ten Mile Creek and Cabin Branch. The park offers fishing, picnicking, hiking, canoeing and kayaking, biking, and a nature center. Turkey Hill Loop is located in a remote western section of the main park where Ten Mile Creek creates one of the four legs of Little Seneca Lake. It is the first of three connected loops along the western edge of the lake. This 1.2-mile spur-and-loop hike crosses Ten Mile Creek and then meanders above the lake, with a few access points to it, and along the forested ridge. The wide trail begins on asphalt, changing to large gravel through a small wetland at the source of the lake, and is finally grass covered. The trail is not blazed, but there are signs at the intersections. This very quiet, serene trail will make you feel like you are in the wilderness." Read more

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Trail Information

Black Hill Regional Park
Nearby City
Black Hill Regional Park
Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Additional Use
Black Hill Regional Park
Local Contacts
Available on the Montgomery Parks website
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Dec 2018