Listed as a U.S. Historic District, the Roland Park neighborhood was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted between 1890 and 1920 as the first “planned suburban community”. This is a classic of neighborhoods built at that time: large setbacks, park-like mediums, gracious homes, and period lighting. Roland Park is also about 1 mile from Johns Hopkins University and the neighborhood hotels around there. Use Roland Ave. between W. Nothern Parkway and W. Cold Spring Ln. as your boundaries. Create your own route or use our mapped 5.8 mile route as a guideline.
Stony Run: The Stony Run Walking Path is just east of Roland Park. The mainly wooded path heads south along Stony Run creek, through Stony Brook Park for 1.2 miles. Continue on Linwood Ave. for 0.4 miles, and then pick up the Stony Run Trail through Wyman Park for another mile. Overall, 2.6 miles one-way.
Johns Hopkins University Campus. Just east of Wyman Park, take a jaunt around the Johns Hopkins University campus. There are pleasant pedestrian paths around the campus. The best running is between W University Parkway & Wyman Park Dell at W 29th St.
Add-Ons: Druid Hill Park is just 0.5 miles west of Wyman Park. Use Wyman Park Dr.