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On the ridge of the Cataoctin Mountains in Frederick County this park has 16 mies of trails which you can experience on horseback. There are two main areas, the rock Run area and the High Knob area. There also are three scenic overlooks and a...More
This is a lovely park, with campgrounds handy, picnic sites sprinkled through, and of course hikes.
While AllTrails calls these medium, they are on the easy side for those used to rocky woodland walks. The longest is Yellow, at seven miles. These are definitely not...More
If you like to hike this place has several 2 and 3 mile loops you will enjoy. The paths are well marked and there are some nice hills to enjoy. Be sure to stop at the lookouts before you leave to see breath taking views...More
My wife and I make it a point to hike every weekend. Last weekend, we visited Gambrills State Park after seeing some great trail reviews on an app. The park is not crowded, well organized, and easy to find parking. Several trails of varying difficulty...More
Gambrill is not a bad park for a local hike, although many of the trails are relatively non-descript. There is plenty of parking and good signage. The green and blue trails are not bad; the yellow is the longest but it is also the least...More
As a typical state campground, it's better than many, but the Kelly's as camp hosts make it wonderful. They keep an eye on things, and just run a very tight -- and tidy -- ship. They're not here long so don't know what it will...More
If you want to park for free go to the trailhead parking which is midway between the larger parking area. Also you need to get there early and park closely to the other cars. I got there just before ten and there were no legitimate...More
We just spent two nights in the campground at Gambrill State Park. We stayed in one of the four rustic camper-cabins. They also have regular campsites for campers or tents. It's a pretty, woodsy campground with a well-maintained bath house.
The main activity at Gambrill...More