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Wincopin Trails

9299 Vollmerhausen Road
Jessup, MD 20794

Directions:
PDF | Google Maps 

Phone:
410-313-4700

Wincopin Trails Picture 
Trail Map (coming soon) Flora and Fauna  

Widely used by avid hikers and mountain bikers, this trail system is 3.4 miles long with naturally surfaced paths. Trails are not ADA accessible and are meant for experienced hikers and riders. 

Utilizing this trail is a great way to enjoy nature in one of the most beautiful areas of Howard County, and get your exercise at the same time! There are also subtrails to enjoy.

Things to Remember 

Help keep your parks beautiful. Please take your trash and recyclable items home. Take only pictures and leave only footprints.

Clean up after your dog and keep it leashed. Dog droppings may attract disease-harboring pests, and even a friendly dog can scare birds, wildlife and other park visitors.

All of our parks are inhabited by a wide variety of wildlife such as deer, snakes, fish, rabbits, insects and birds. Please do not disturb them; remember, this is their home.