Two Rivers Participates in WB&A Trail Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
This week the The Department of Recreation and Parks officially opened the beautiful extension of the WB&A Trail during a ribbon cutting ceremony, held at The Villages at Two Rivers.
The WB&A Trail, a 10.25 mile rail trail from Lanham to Odenton makes up part of the East Coast Greenway (Calais, Maine to Key West, Florida), and the American Discovery Trail (Atlantic coast of Delaware to San Francisco, California).
The trail passes through The Villages at Two Rivers as it leaves the banks of the Patuxent Rivers, before crossing Conway Road and turning north to resume its path, following along the old WB&A Railroad right-of-way on Bragers Road.
The pathway that passes through The Villages at Two Rivers offers a 1.7 mile extension, adjoining a missing gap of the WB&A trail. We are excited to have played such an important roll in supporting our locals parks and the WB&A trail!
During the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony this week, we were joined by members of the Anne Arundel County Recreation & Parks Department, members of builders Classic Group and Koch Development Group, members of the Annapolis Bike Club and Bike AAA, as well as County Executive Steve Schuh.
For additional details on the trail and a map, click here.