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Cunningham Falls State Park

Accessible Trails in Frederick, Maryland

Frederick is a place for all abilities and interests. For those looking to spend some time outdoors, many trails are available. 

Top Accessible Trails

Cunningham Falls State Park - Boardwalk Trail – Distance 0.2 miles. Wheelchair accessible. Boardwalk. Easy. ADA-only parking on Foxville Rd (just west of Catoctin Hollow Rd).

Monocacy National Battlefield Park - Gambrill Mill Trail – Distance 0.5 miles. Wheelchair accessible. Boardwalk. Easy.

Catoctin Mountain Park - Spicebush Nature Trail – Distance 0.3 miles. Paved trail. Easy. Access is from Chestnut Picnic Area on West side of park.

C&O Canal National Historic Park - The entire towpath is flat with a surface of either crushed stone or packed earth. Because the towpath is not paved, it’s recommended that one use a wheelchair designed for non-paved areas.

Carroll Creek Linear Park – A sidewalk/promenade running along Carroll Creek. - 1.3 miles. Easy. A self-guided tour that includes Carroll Creek is available at the Frederick Visitor Center.

Baker Park – Has paved trails which travel along the shores of Culler Lake and Carroll Creek. A self-guided walking tour on the paved trails is available at the Frederick Visitor Center.

Other ADA-Accessible Trails

Ballenger Creek Linear Trail – 4.2 miles

Ballenger Creek Park – 0.4 miles

Catoctin Creek Park – 0.5 miles

Fountain Rock Park – 0.4 miles

Kemptown Park – 0.4 miles

Libertytown Park – 0.3 miles

Loy’s Station Park – 0.3 miles

Middletown Park – 0.4 miles

Old National Pike Park – 0.9 miles

Othello Park – 1.8 miles

Point of Rocks Community Park – 0.25 miles

Urbana Community Park – 0.25 miles

Urbana District Park – 1.2 miles

Utica Park – 1.8 miles