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    Tuckahoe Office Spur Trail

    Tuckahoe State Park, Maryland
    Distance0.6mi
    Elevation Gain47ft
    Trailhead Elevation51ft
    Top51ft
    Elevation Min/Max21/51ft
    Elevation Start/End51/51ft

    Tuckahoe Office Spur Trail

    Tuckahoe Office Spur Trail is a hiking and horse trail in Caroline County, Maryland. It is within Tuckahoe State Park. It is 0.6 miles long and begins at 51 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 47 feet. Near the trailhead there is parking. This trail connects with the following: Arboretum Spur Trail, Wilbur's Cutoff Trail and Tuckahoe Valley Trail.
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    Washington, DC
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    3/27/2010
    Light traffic on a weekend. Pet friendly. Well maintained, marked trails with few elevation changes. There were a lot of activities in the park including canoeing, camping, fishing, and arboretum. Great trail worth the drive.
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    David Edwin Lillard
    "Tuckahoe Creek might be the quietest stream valley in Maryland, offering a rich diversity of trees, terrain, creeks and bogs, and passage through the Adkins Arboretum. Follow the path behind the park office through the field and toward the woods in the distance. At the woods edge are two posts; one leading right to Arboretum Spur Trail, and the other pointing left toward Tuckahoe Creek. Turn right and enter a plantation of loblolly pines. It has been thinned to allow a variety of wildflowers and berry-bearing shrubs to create an understory. A spring runs alongside the trail here. If you take time to explore, you will see fox scat and the furry remains of their prey. Special considerations: As in many other Maryland Parks, there are managed hunting periods during deer season. Check with park office for information." Read more

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