Catoctin Mountain Park

The Catoctin Mountain Park Visitor Center.

To better meet the needs of current and future visitors, the National Park Service (NPS) has completed an Environmental Assessment for a Comprehensive Trail System Plan for Catoctin Mountain Park. The park will implement updates and improvements to the trail system according to the plan, which provides long-term guidance for enhancing park trails and the visitor experience, while continuing to protect natural and cultural resources.

Catoctin Mountain Park currently has 25 miles of developed trails which provide several scenic viewpoints, universally accessible trails and six miles of horseback riding trails. Several of the park’s trails were designed as part of the park’s original master plan and built by the Civilian Conservation Corps and Works Progress Administration crews in the 1930s and 1940s.

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