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Woodstock Equestrian Park Trails

Woodstock Equestrian Park Trails Locator Map


The newest of our equestrian centers, this park is situated in the heart of the scenic Agricultural Reserve, just north of the historic town of Beallsville. The park consists of over 872 acres of rolling farmland and forest, and includes 16 miles of equestrian and hiking trails.

The main entrances to the park and parking areas are located on both sides of MD Rt. 28. There is a small parking lot on the western edge of the park off of Wasche Road. Biking and motorized vehicle use of park trails is strictly prohibited.

Unless noted otherwise on the map, trails marked “Natural Surface” and “Hard Surface” are "Shared by All" trails which includes hikers, bikers and equestrians. Additional information about permitted uses of Park trails is available on our Trail User Information page.

Woodstock Equestrian Park Trails Map (pdf, 1.11MB)


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Darnestown Road, Beallsville, MD

Trail length/surface

Over 15 miles of natural surface trails.

Trail characteristics

The west side of the park is named the Moritz Greenberg Equestrian Center and consists of approximately 470 acres with more than eight miles of trails including the mile long, hiking only, "Meadow Trail", designed to meet ADA guidelines for trail accessibility. The east side of the park is called the Dr. William Rickman Equestrian Center and consists of 354 acres, including almost six miles of trails. George Washington originally owned a portion of land on the eastern side of the park. Several stone outbuildings dating to the 1860's remain in good condition as a remnant of the later period, historic Brewer Farm.

Drinking water




Access and parking

Parking lots that will accomadate horse trailers are available both entrances on Darnestown Road. A small parking lot for cars only is located on the western edge of the park off of Wasche Rd.


SmartParks: 301.670.8080 for non-emergency & trail maintenance.
Black Hill Visitor Center - 301-972-3476

Date of last update: April 30, 2013