Trails & Bicycling

Given the growing enthusiasm and access for biking, walking, and public-transit, HyCDC is happy to share local resources for bicycling trails in and surrounding Hyattsville. Please scroll down to visit our partners' resources.

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View Interactive Maps

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MarylandMilestones.org offers a variety of maps, lists and guides to our area's trails and heritage resources.

We highly recommend Maryland MilestonesAnacostia Heritage Trails Area Bike System Map icon-new-window along with their heritage routes, bike and water, and historical trail resources. The ATHA map is also mobile-friendly via Mapbox.

Interested in how Hyattsville encourages biking and walking? Visit

Popular Biking Routes

Cyclist at Hyattsville Arts Festival 2012 Credit: Michael Theis, Hyattsville Patch
Cyclist at Hyattsville Arts Festival 2012
Credit: Michael Theis, Hyattsville Patch

Here are four bike/walk trails that start in Hyattsville:

  1. The Anacostia River Trail (MD) Anacostia Riverwalk Trail (DC) connecting Hyattsville-DC icon-new-window
  2. Rhode Island Avenue Trolley TrailHyattsville to College Park icon-new-window
  3. Sligo Creek Trail, Silver Spring icon-new-window
  4. Lake Artemesia, College Park icon-new-window

Did You Know? There are more bike/walk trails in the DC metro area than anywhere else in the country. Our trails are increasingly being used to commute to work.

 

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Join the HyCDC Mailing List as well as the Maryland Milestones/ATHA Mailing List for the latest events. Previous and annual programming includes:

 

 

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