Best Savage River State Forest Hiking Trails

The Savage River State Forest area has 6 hiking trails out of the 21 hikes found in Maryland.

  August 21, 2016

Located in Maryland, the hiking in Savage River State Forest offers a half-dozen good hiking route options. The best Savage River State Forest hiking based on popularity are considered to be Meadow Mountain Trail System, Negro Mountain Trail System, Monroe Run Trail System, Mt Aetna Tract, and Sugarloaf Mountain Preserve. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Savage River State Forest hiking trail below.



Where Can I Hike In Savage River State Forest?


FEATURED:  Meadow Mountain Trail System

  Savage River State Forest, Maryland

  August 7, 2016

Near Grantsville, the Savage River Complex is 55,000 acres of state lands combining parks and forests. There are countless miles of hiking trails and doubletracks. The 11 mile Meadow Mountain Trail System travels along the crest of Meadow Mountain parallel to New Germany Road with some rocky sections.


FEATURED:  Monroe Run Trail System

  Savage River State Forest, Maryland

  July 31, 2016

Near Grantsville, the Savage River Complex is 55,000 acres of state lands combining parks and forests. There are countless miles of hiking trails and doubletracks. The 6.4 mile Monroe Run Trail System travels south from New German Road.


FEATURED:  Mt Aetna Tract

  Savage River State Forest, Maryland

  August 21, 2016

Southeast of Grantsville and west of Frostburg, the 700 acre Mt. Aetna Tract of the Savage River State Forest has 11 miles of trails and doubletracks shared with mountain biking and cross country skiing. A great starting point is the Savage River Lodge.