Trail Riders of Today; Horseback riding on trails in Maryland

Agriculture History Farm Park Trail Data   
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The Agriculture History Farm Park
Montgomery County

18400 Muncaster Road
Derwood, MD 20855
Park Manager: 301-948-5053
Trail Resource Guide: Deneen Martin 301-253-2955

Location: Northern Montgomery County. On Muncaster Road between Muncaster Mill Road and Route 108.  For directions see the park website or click here.

Trailer Parking: Follow the paved driveway to the end. Follow signs by turning left onto gravel road and proceed to grass lot on right.

Facility/Trail Descriptions: Situated along Rock Creek in Derwood, Maryland, the Agricultural History Farm Park is a 410-acre complex with a farmhouse, barn and assorted farm buildings. This is a horse friendly park that arguably offers the best maintained trails in the county. The trails traverse rolling hills and follow along field and wood lines. There are about 3.6 miles of official trails. I find that with back-tracking and exploring side trails that I ride for about 7 miles on a typical 2 hour visit. If you take the trail linking to Blue Mash (not part of the park but included on the GPX and KMZ files) you will add on an additional 4 miles round trip. This is a well worthwhile side trip through the woods. The countryside views in this park are exceptional. There is plenty of creek water and grass for your horses to enjoy. This is a great place to bring lunch and chairs and just hang out with your riding friends and horses.

Maps and GPS Data - click below links for the appropriate map or data. Instructions for use of these files will follow.

Parks Map

Aerial Map

Topo and/or Terrain Map

GPX File - Copy and Paste to your PC for transfer to your own GPS. Consult your GPS documentation for the procedure.

KMZ File - for input into Google Earth. You must download and install the application and then click the kmz link.


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