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Celebrate Trails Day on Maryland’s Coast

Celebrate Trails Day on Maryland’s Coast
The picturesque town of Snow Hill, Maryland is preparing for Celebrate Trails Day on
Saturday, April 27. This event will take place at the newly established trail system with Pocomoke
River State Park and Forest, offering a morning of outdoor exploration, community involvement, and
admiration for the scenic trails that will eventually link Snow Hill to Pocomoke River State Park Shad
Celebrate Trails Day is a nationwide initiative promoting and honoring the significance of trails in communities throughout the country. Maryland’s Coast, in collaboration with Worcester County Tourism and Economic Development, is proud to organize and host this event alongside partner organizations such as the Worcester County Bike and Pedestrian Coalition, Delmarva Trails and Waterways, Pocomoke River State Park and Forest, Lower Shore Land Trust, and the Town of Snow Hill.
The event will commence on April 27 at 9:30 a.m. at the Lower Shore Land Trust (LSLT) office on 100 River Street in Snow Hill. Attendees will be greeted with a brief welcome and can explore educational displays provided by LSLT. Following this, a short walk-through town to Byrd Park at 400 Dighton Avenue will take place. Starting at 10:00 a.m., attendees can engage with local organizations, receive maps, and gather information on recreational offerings within Worcester County. The large pavilion at Byrd Park will host local officials, state legislators, and town leaders for remarks.
Around 10:30 a.m., following the conclusion of speeches, attendees will be invited for a short walk to the start of the Summerfield Trails at the end of Dighton Avenue. Please note that this entrance is accessible only to pedestrians and cyclists; no parking is available at the trail entrance. All vehicles must park at Byrd Park or LSLT. Attendees are encouraged to explore the trails independently and enjoy their own self-guided walking or cycling adventure throughout the Summerfield Trails system.
Snow Hill Mayor Michael Pruitt expresses his enthusiasm stating, “This is an exciting time, and our town is thrilled to invite citizens and tourists alike to enjoy the beautiful countryside connecting the state park to our community.”
For further information about this free community event, please contact Maryland’s Coast office at tourism@co.worcester.md.us or call 410-632-3110. To explore a comprehensive list of Celebrate Trails Day events, visit www.railstotrails.org/celebrate-trails. For a complete integrated trail map, visit www.delmarvatrailsandwaterways.com/trail-locator-map.