Savage River State Forest

Here the largest park in Maryland offers approximately 55,185 acres of rugged terrain and mixed hardwood forest dominated by oak species, sugar and red maple, black cherry, hickory and ash challenges 4-wheeler riders, hikers, hunters, fishermen and more.

There are three main ATV and UTV riding trails. St. John’s Rock Off-Road Vehicle Trail features around 13 miles of varying woodland ATV trails for all skill levels which includes technical trail spur loops and a 200 foot rock crawl which requires a daily fee and reservation. The Meadow Mountain Trail spans 14 miles of forest and gravel trails, though parts of it are set aside for snowmobile only use. The Margraff Plantation Trail is very well maintained, to the point of having painted marks to help with navigating.

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