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Wooton's Landing 

Wooten's Landing
Gated Road To Cartop Boat Launch Site - Combination Lock Numbers Needed

Amenities and Facilities

Natural Area
Cartop Boat Launch
Pier (floating aluminum with ramp)
Paved Trail - 0.2840 miles (estimate only)
Wildlife Viewing
Parking
 
Cartop Boat Launch
Easy Access to Water
Patuxent River
Longitude  76° 41’ 27.27” W
Latitude "38° 51’ 20.93” N
The put-in area to the Patuxent River is approximately 200-yards downhill from the parking area. The launch site is a small sandy spot that changes with the tide.

The Wooton's Landing is four miles north of Patuxent Wetlands Park. The winds are calm. The shoreline is mostly wooded prior to the wetlands. The wooded areas are home to many species of trees like willows, birch, ashes, black gum and sycamores. Mumichogs and killifish may be found in the water and waters edge. Many species are very similar to those found in the Patuxent Wetlands Park.

A floating pier canoe/kayak launch is available. Citizens can drive down to the river, unload cartop boats and equipment, and park in the parking lot.
Combination Lock
There is a gate with a combination lock to access the road to unload a cartop boat and equipment. Park in the parking lot.
Anne Arundel County Department of Recreation and Parks reserves the right to close the park or restrict access for operational, maintenance, or safety reasons. Complete and submit the online form below to receive the current month's combination lock numbers. The gate must be secured immediately upon entering and leaving the park.
The combination lock numbers will automatically appear once the submit form button is selected. The combination lock numbers will change monthly.
Combination Lock Number Request Form
 
 
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The Patuxent River is 110 miles in length and stretches from Parrs Ridge in Carroll County to the river’s mouth at Drum Point on the Chesapeake Bay. Anne Arundel County and Prince George’s County have cooperated to provide the following cartop boat sites now known as the Patuxent Water Trail
 
 
Directions
From Annapolis, take Route 2 (Solomon’s Island Road) south until you reach the circle. At the circle make a right onto Route 422 (Bayard Road). Go to the end of Bayard Road and take a right onto Sands Road. Go 3/8th of a mile and turn left into the park.
 
 

 

 


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