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Your Next Fall Hike Isn’t Far from BeechTree

Fall is the perfect time to experience the great outdoors, the fresh air and some incredible views.


Taking a hike on one of Prince George’s County’s many trails means you can experience all that’s amazing about this time of the year without having a lot of travel time. Let’s take a look at some of Prince George’s County’s top hiking destinations.

  • Anacostia Tributary Trail System — Looking to get away from noisy traffic and experience nature? The Anacostia Tributary Trail System is exactly what you’re looking for. This trail network is a link in the national shore-to-shore American Discovery Trail and provides miles of uninterrupted trails along the tributaries of the Anacostia River. Providing opportunities for fishing, bird watching, hiking, biking, jogging and more, this trail system traverses a wide variety of natural environments, including woodlands, wetlands and open fields.
  • Henson Creek Trail — Extending from Oxon Hill Road to Temple Hill Road, this trail is a scenic, recreational route through the Henson Creek Stream Valley Park and passes through several parks. Its asphalt surface accommodates hikers, joggers, cyclists and inline skaters alike.
Want to take a great fall hike even closer to home? Don’t forget that BeechTree has more than 3 miles of walking trails for you to explore!