Hiker-Biker Trails

Bicycle Route Map

Bicycle RoutesCheck out the Brand New Queen Anne’s County Bicycle Route Map. Designed for intermediate to experienced riders, the map highlights eight routes that show off the best of our county from Kent Island, to Tuckahoe Park, to the northern reaches. Routes primarily utilize public roads and also feature the Cross Island and South Island trails to link to our parks, landings, and other points of interest. Click on the first link to see the overview map, and then choose which route you want to ride first. You can save any map to your computer and print it out.  Or you can get a free Route Map by mail by sending a self addressed 6 1/2″ x 9 1/2″ (or larger) return envelope stamped with $1.10 postage to:

Bike Map Request
Queen Anne’s County Tourism
425 Piney Narrows Road
Chester, MD 21619

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Queen Anne’s County Bicycle Routes

1. Kent Island Bike Trails – 28 Miles
2. Quiet Kent – 23.4 Miles
3. Grasonville Flatlands – 25.2 Miles
4. Centreville Central – 18.9 Miles
5. Tuckahoe and Farm Country – 17.9 Miles
6. Woods, Wildlife, and Water – 22. Miles
7. Smooth Upcountry Riding – 36.5 Miles
8. The Monster – 58.9 Miles

Map of Cross Island Trail


Kent Island South Trail

Kent Island South Trail is a 6-mile paved trail system that parallels Rt. 8 from Matapeake State Park to Romancoke Pier.


Dog Beach at Matapeake Park

Yes, there is a lovely spot where you may take your dog for a swim! A winding trail through the woods ends at the Dog Beach, on the sandy banks of Chesapeake Bay. Parking is located at the Matapeake Clubhouse Public Beach lot, however, pets are not allowed at the clubhouse, its lawn, or the public beach. The pet trail begins at the fence that borders the rear of the clubhouse. Enjoy your visit and please bring along a plastic bag to clean up after your pet to ensure that this park stays open and available to dog lovers, while not posing a public health issue for the families using the public beach.

QAC Park Rules

Regulations Governing the use of Queen Anne’s County Parks & Recreation Facilities

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Table of Contents 
Chapter I Purpose, Authority and Enforcement
Chapter II General Provisions
Chapter III Enforcement Violation and Penalties
Chapter IV Regulation of Recreational Activities