The Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail is a growing network of trails between the mouth of the Potomac River and the Allegheny Highlands. The "Our Partners" section of this site provides links to the Web sites of agencies and organizations that manage segments of the Trail network.
View or download reports on Potomac Heritage NST Office activities and notable projects as well as some highlights of Trail-related activities by Trail management partners.
A "Transitional Management Assistance Program" study, completed in May 2013, provides direction for annual work plans as NPS roles for the Trail evolve from planning and technical assistance to a set of broader operations.
Route Marking and Graphic Identity (6MB): Click here for a Powerpoint presentation developed for the 2012 Potomac Heritage NST Roundtable.
Did You Know?
If you find a fawn in Great Falls National Park, it's not abandoned and should be left where it was found. The doe leaves her fawn while she goes to graze, and the fawn will not move until the mother comes back.