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ATTENTION! 5.15.2024

Maryland’s DNR is looking for comments on their 2025 Annual Works Plan. Please take the time to provide comments in support of components 1-3 in the Savage Forest Annual Works plan, as well as encourage motorized recreation at other locations that have existing trails and expand to new locations without that type of access. Comments are due by May 30th. Forestry Annual Work Plan Comments (maryland.gov)

Please see the sample below:

““Thank you for investing in OHV trail development. SB606 was passed to not just maintain existing OHV trails, but to create new ones as well. Saint John’s Rock components 1-3 are exciting and will appeal to, and generate more users. This should be a trend to be continued at Savage Forest to further develop a desirable OHV trail system for its desired end users.
Please look to utilize this progress to expand the Burkholder ORV trail into a year-round, full loop, multi-use trail as well as expand to multi-use Wallman run trails.
With trails returning to Western MD, it is time to create and reopen trails on the Eastern Shore as well. Please utilize SB 606 funding to fund a sustainability study for OHV recreation.
Thank you,”
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ATTENTION! 5.15.2024
Maryland’s DNR is looking for comments on their 2025 Annual Works Plan. Please take the time to provide comments in support of components 1-3 in the Savage Forest Annual Works plan, as well as encourage motorized recreation at other locations that have existing trails and expand to new locations without that type of access. Comments are due by May 30th. Forestry Annual Work Plan Comments (maryland.gov)
Please see the sample below:
““Thank you for investing in OHV trail development. SB606 was passed to not just maintain existing OHV trails, but to create new ones as well. Saint John’s Rock components 1-3 are exciting and will appeal to, and generate more users. This should be a trend to be continued at Savage Forest to further develop a desirable OHV trail system for its desired end users.
Please look to utilize this progress to expand the Burkholder ORV trail into a year-round, full loop, multi-use trail as well as expand to multi-use Wallman run trails.
With trails returning to Western MD, it is time to create and reopen trails on the Eastern Shore as well. Please utilize SB 606 funding to fund a sustainability study for OHV recreation.
Thank you,”Image attachmentImage attachment

Wolf Den Run State Park Update 4.30.24

Over the winter, park staff have been hard at work completing upgrades around the facility. *UPDATED - Vaulted toilet is an ongoing project at huckleberry rocks and Potomac parcels!* They also added another roughly 5.5 miles of trails!

Since the park’s full opening, park staff have added nearly 15 miles of trails that have not yet made it onto the official maps. This brings to total mileage at WDRSP to nearly 60 miles of trails. These new trails are marked and labeled.

Most of the additions occurred on the North Hills parcel and on the Potomac Parcel. When traveling the haul road from north hills road towards the Potomac Parcel parking lot, be on the lookout for trail markers. Finding the right one will take you to the top of the power lines for one of the best views, and hill climbs at the park!
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Wolf Den Run State Park Update 4.30.24
Over the winter, park staff have been hard at work completing upgrades around the facility. *UPDATED - Vaulted toilet is an ongoing project at huckleberry rocks and Potomac parcels!* They also added another roughly 5.5 miles of trails!
Since the park’s full opening, park staff have added nearly 15 miles of trails that have not yet made it onto the official maps. This brings to total mileage at WDRSP to nearly 60 miles of trails. These new trails are marked and labeled. 
Most of the additions occurred on the North Hills parcel and on the Potomac Parcel. When traveling the haul road from north hills road towards the Potomac Parcel parking lot, be on the lookout for trail markers. Finding the right one will take you to the top of the power lines for one of the best views, and hill climbs at the park!Image attachmentImage attachment
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