Rock Creek Park Washington, DC

Rock Creek Park Washington, DC

Trail Description: There are over 32 miles of trails in Rock Creek Park. The two primary trails include the green-blazed Western Ridge Trail, which parallels the western side of the park, and the blue-blazed Valley Trail, which parallels Rock Creek and Beach Drive. Most of the other trails are connectors, connecting the Valley Trail with the Western Ridge Trail. Loop hike possibilities are endless! Stop by the Nature Center to obtain free trail maps and get more information.


Maps: Park Map GPX/KML – Historical Loop, Rapids Bridge Loop, Western Ridge Loop

Trail Location: 5100 Glover Rd NW, Washington, DC 20015

Trail Length: 32 miles

State: Washington, DC

Trail Surface(s): Natural, asphalt.

Parking and Trail Access: Park at the Equestrian Center or the Nature Center.

Seasonal Restrictions:

Reviews and Tips: For the horseback rider, 13 miles of dirt and gravel bridle paths crisscross the park. Horseback riding lessons and guided trail rides are available at the Rock Creek Park Horse Center.

Amenities: Restrooms at the Nature Center.