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Patapsco Valley State Park

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The Patapsco Valley State Park is one of the oldest state parks in Maryland. The park is 14 acres and stretch along 32 miles of the Patapsco River. It has five recreational area...

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Patapsco Valley State Park 8/21/2005

The Patapsco Valley State Park is one of the oldest state parks in Maryland. The park is 14 acres and stretch along 32 miles of the Patapsco River. It has five recreational areas which affords opportunities for hiking, canoeing, fishing, horseback and bike trails, picnicking, and various other activities. Pets are also allowed in certain areas of the park as long as they are on a leash at all time. It's a fun place to spend the day with family and friends. more

The great outdoors close to home 8/5/2005

Patapsco Valley State Park winds around the western edge of Baltimore County, including parts of Howard and Carroll Counties and has a huge range of outdoor activities for any level of fitness or interest. The closest entrance to me is in Catonsville itself--there's a great tire park/playground that is a popular spot for birthdays, school trips, or just families having fun. It's ringed by picnic tables and fairly decent bathrooms so you can make a day of it. There are hiking trails off of this area; my favorite goes down into the valley and joins up with a longer and wider trail that parallels the Patapsco River. It's a short and easy hike, so it's perfect for families with young children. Walk a little ways along the river trail and you'll get to a swinging bridge that I think is nerve-wracking to go over, but my family loves it. Other entrances to the park give you access to activities like mountain biking and road biking, equestrian trails, tubing and canoeing, and fishing. There are camping spots throughout the park (including a few at the Catonsville entrance) as well. more
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