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.
Scroll down for
View Interactive Maps
We highly recommend Maryland Milestones' Anacostia Heritage Trails Area Bike System Map 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
- City of Hyattsville's 'Bicycling in the City ' Page .
- Browse art along area trails via the HyCDC Trail Art Locator
- Learn more about our ARTways Trail Signage Project and the Rhode Island Avenue Trolley Trail
- Visit the Bike UMD Map
Popular Biking Routes
Here are four bike/walk trails that start in Hyattsville:
- The Anacostia River Trail (MD) Anacostia Riverwalk Trail (DC) connecting Hyattsville-DC
- Rhode Island Avenue Trolley Trail: Hyattsville to College Park
- Sligo Creek Trail, Silver Spring
- Lake Artemesia, College Park
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.
Fun Finds + Links
Looking for walking tours? Bicycling tips? Updates on ongoing trail construction? Visit:
- Anacostia Tributary Trail System Homepage
- ATHA Heritage Routes Page
- Community Walking Tours (developed by ATHA partners)
- M-NCPPC Trails
- Historic Hyattsville Walking Tour (Hyattsville Preservation Association)
- City of Hyattsville's Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan: Planned Routes
- Washington Area Bicyclist Association