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Broadneck Peninsula Trail

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Directions to Broadneck Peninsula Trail 

Broadneck Peninsula Trail is open dawn to dusk.
Broadneck Peninsula Trail is a paved 10’ wide asphalt trail which utilizes the public right of way of College Parkway generally for a mainline length of 9 miles. The trail will ultimately connect the B & A Trail to Sandy Point State Park with a spur to Bay Head Park. In addition to the local transportation and recreation benefits of this project, the Broadneck Trail also has national significance. The American Hiking Society has included the Broadneck Trail in its vision for The American Discovery Trail; a trail that will extend from Point Reyes, California to Cape Henlopen, Delaware. The Broadneck Trail’s ultimate connection to the B&A Trail will also make it part of the East Coast Greenway, another national trail extending from Maine to Florida.
The master plan envisions spurs to multiple points of interest in the area. The trail projects are also designed and constructed in phases.
Broadneck Peninsula Trail Master Plan
Phase Ia:Green Holly Drive to East College Parkway/Walnut Ridge. Open and operational.
Phase Ib:Peregoy Park Place to Bay Head Park.
Phase II:Green Holly Drive to Bay Dale Drive. Open and operational.
Phase III:Bay Dale Drive to AACC at Peninsula Farm Road.
Phase IV:Jones Station Road at B&A Trail to Peninsula Farm Road. Open and operational.
Phase V:Bay Head Park to Sandy Point State Park
Learn about Broadneck Peninsula Trail more on the Construction and Planning page: or from the original master plan listed below: