Remember the Golden Rule? Well, it applies on the Baltimore and Annapolis Trail as well as anywhere else - perhaps
even moreso on the Trail because of space. Yes, the Trail is thirteen miles long, but it's only ten feet wide!
Treat other trail guests the way you want to be treated.
- Respect private property along the trail
- Travel in the right-hand lane, just like on a highway
- Pass on the left and announce your intention - say something like "passing on your left", or simply "on your left".
- Because the Trail is also frequented by equestrians (horeback riders), use care around horses so as not to spook them
- DO NOT SPEED or otherwise ride recklessly
- Pedestrians have the right of way
- Use bike racks and always lock your bike
- Move off the trail when stopped. This includes making sure your bicycle is completely out of the traffic area of the Trail
- Clean up after your pet
- Notify emergency services in the event of an accident or incident; call 911 in the event of a fire or medical emergency
||For additional information,
Baltimore and Annapolis Trail Park
P.O. box 1007
Severna Park, MD 21146
Last updated Monday, July 17, 2000
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