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Rocks State Park: White Trail Loop Professional Review and Guide
"A hike with royal status! Enjoy exceptional views from a towering rock outcropping 190 feet above Deer Creek valley. This loop hike takes you through a nice forest before culminating at this extraordinary natural feature referred to as the King and Queen Seat. This is a popular area for hikers and there is a very good chance you will see rock climbers dangling from the vertical rock faces below.
Surprise, surprise. Rocks State Park has a lot of rocks! And the hike to the King and Queen Seat is no exception. Just one of the trails in the 855-acre park, this loop hike on the white trail ends at the phenomenal rock outcropping known as the King and Queen Seat, once a ceremonial gathering place of the Susquehannock and Mingo Indians, with views of the Harford County countryside below."
--Heather Connellee, Best Hikes Near Baltimore (Falcon Guides).
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