Annapolis, MD

Baltimore and Annapolis (B&A) Trail

The B&A Trail is 13.3-mile paved mutli-use path stretching from Annapolis to Glen Burnie, just north of Baltimore. It’s the best spot in the Annapolis area for a long off-road run.  The Annapolis trailhead is off Boulters Way, just north of Highway 50. There are half-mile markers along the way.  Key distances and landmarks along the way, headed north:

3 miles:       Anne and Arundel Community College

4.5 miles:    Sullivan’s Cove

4.7 miles:    Severna Park

7 miles:       B&A Trail Park HQ

8 miles:       East-West Blvd., Bike Path, connect to Kinder Park Farm route, 0.5 miles west.

10 miles:     Pasadena

13.3 miles:   Saw Mill Creek Park, near Baltimore-Washington International Airport

At the 4.7 mile mark in Severna Park, is the Earleigh Heights Ranger Station (ca. 1889). A gazebo, horticultural gardens and park benches are found at the Hatton-Regester Green property in Severna Park.



  • Up to 13.3 miles one-way
  • Flat -- 292 feet over 13.3 miles. First 6 miles is slightly downhill
  • South End: off Boulters Way, just north of Highway 50.
  • Numerous access points and parking areas