Maps

 

View and download a map of the PHT network (2015, 8.6 MB), download a KMZ file to see the PHT network in Google Earth (1 MB), and take a look at the Trail Atlas.

Trails within the Potomac Heritage Network

Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail, 70 miles, Ohiopyle - Seward, PA, within Laurel Ridge State Park, Pennsylvania State Parks (click on "maps").

Laurel Ridge Cross-Country Ski Area (PDF; 6.4 MB; 2013) Weaving through a portion of the corridor for the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail, the brochure/map illustrates a network of exceptional trails for all abilities.

A 73-mile section of the Great Allegheny Passage rail-trail between Ohiopyle, PA, and Cumberland, MD, managed by the Allegheny Trail Alliance.

Eastern Continental Divide Loop (PDF; 8 MB): A developing 150 mile +/- network of paddling, hiking and bicycling trails in Garrett County, MD, and Somerset County, PA, including a portion of the GAP; linked map is a draft--for more information see Garrett Trails "Do the Loop" and the Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources sites.

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Towpath , 184.5 miles, Georgetown, DC - Cumberland, MD, managed by Chesapeake and Ohio Canal NHP, National Park Service.

Civil War Defenses of Washington Trail (1.1 MB; PDF; 15.5 x 16.5 in.; 2010) Side B of a brochure, the map depicts a route for hiking on trails and sidewalks in DC, as well as bicycling routes in DC and Virginia. A hiking guide for a route between Tenleytown Metro/Fort Reno and Fort Totten provides details and historical context.

Southern Maryland PHT (On-Road) Bicycling Route between Oxon Cove Park (adjacent to the Woodrow Wilson Bridge) and Point Lookout, including a 27-mile, signed route in Prince Georges County (PDF; 4.3 MB; 2016), connecting parks, public landings and historic sites including Fort Washington Park, Piscatway Park and the National Colonial Farm; Smallwood and Saint Clement's Island state parks; and Leonardtown and Historic Saint Mary’s City.

Virginia Piedmont (PDF; 14 MB; 2016), various PHT segments between White's Ferry and the American Legion Bridge (I-495) in eastern Loudoun and northern Fairfax counties (connecting with the PHT trailhead within George Washington MP--see below). Obtain a brochure/map from Visit Loudoun or contact us. To volunteer on trail projects, contact the Potomac Heritage Trail Association.

Potomac Heritage Trail, 10 miles within George Washington Memorial Parkway, between the American Legion Bridge (I-495) and the trailhead for Theodore Roosevelt Island/northern terminus of the Mount Vernon Trail on the south; see a draft map (5/2017) of the same trail in full color and with more information.

Mount Vernon Trail, 17 miles within George Washington Memorial Parkway, between the trailhead for Theodore Roosevelt Island/PHT and Mount Vernon Estate.

Southern Fairfax & Prince William Counties, Virginia (PDF; 5.4 MB; 2016), a developing PHT network between Mount Vernon Estate and Locust Shade Park (in s. Prince William County), including Mason Neck and Prince William Forest Park; please contact us with corrections and suggestions.

Fredericksburg & King George and Stafford counties, Virginia (PDF; 1 MB; 2016) A map of existing, planned and potential PHT routes and related resources, including the Dahlgren Railroad Heritage Trail, based on a memorandum of understanding executed in January 2017.

Northern Neck of Virginia (PDF; 4.9 MB; 2014) The map side of the Northern Neck Heritage Trail Bicycling Route Network brochure, available from the Northern Neck Tourism Commission. Please note: Sections of Route 3 in Westmoreland County are used by vehicles traveling at high speeds and do not include shoulders nor lanes for bicyclists.

Regional Maps


Paddle the Potomac: Download and order maps from the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin.

Parks and regional trails in the Potomac River corridor between the Piedmont and the Paw Paw Bends (2 MB reduced file size; 15 1/2 x 16 1/2 print version) A base map for an area often fragmented by state boundaries. Click on "contact us" to request the production files.

Southern Maryland PHT On-Road Bicycling Route (PDF; 2011) Developed for use on a "rack card," the regional locator map depicts a 150-mile route for bicycling between Point Lookout and Oxon Cove Park. The route is part of a map set published by Adventure Cycling Association.

State Online Trail Resources

Maryland Trail Maps and Guides

Maryland Department of Natural Resources

Explore Pennsylvania Trails

Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Recreation

Cultural Tourism DC Neighborhood Heritage Trails

Last updated: July 27, 2017

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Potomac Heritage NST Office
P. O. Box B

Harpers Ferry, WV 25425

Phone:

(304) 535-4014

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