LF Cosca Regional Park

Clinton, Maryland 20735

LF Cosca Regional Park

L.F. Cosca Regional Park Professional Review and Guide

"Readily accessible from the Washington Beltway, L.F. Cosca Regional Park is a deceiving place. Its small size and rather urban setting hide a great network of singletrack. This regional park in Prince George's County has that specific ingredient that makes every ride better - singletrack. The variety of possible routes in this park will undoubtedly keep you busy for a couple of hours.

Things can often deceive you, disappoint you, and leave you feeling shortchanged. Louise F. Cosca Regional Park, just outside the town of Clinton in Prince George’s County, is one such place that will, indeed, deceive you. It will not, however, leave you disappointed. For despite its small size, this park has everything off - road cyclists dream of: deep, wooded surroundings; stream crossings; a beautiful 15-acre lake; quick, rugged singletrack trails; and a variety of off -road possibilities. The trails twist back and forth beneath the tall trees and, in the colorful fall season, can be breathtaking. Continuing around the perimeter of the park, the trails roll more gently back toward the start of the ride, allowing you to sit back and enjoy your wooded surroundings."

L.F. Cosca Regional Park Reviews

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This trail was very poor maintained; you can barely see the single-track because of the grass. There are also trees that probably have fallen because of the recent thunderstorms. It does have potential but needs to be taken care of.

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Trail Information

Nearby City
280 feet
Elevation Gain
Several options
Trail Type
Technical Difficulty
1 hour
Open daily 7:30 A.M. to dusk, year-round
190 feet
Trailhead Elevation
240 feet
Top Elevation
L.F. Cosca Regional Park
Local Contacts
USGS Piscataway; ADC map: Prince George's County Road Map; Park service trail map
Local Maps

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Jul 2018