Chapman's Trail Gets National Creds!
CHAPMAN’S TRAIL WILL BE ADDED TO THE POTOMAC HERITAGE NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL NETWORK
In late February, volunteers from the Potomac Heritage Trails Association (www.potomactrail.org) assisted by Keith Edelen of DNR and Jim Dyson from FCSP removed tree fall and brush from Chapman’s “Marsh Trail” from below Mount Aventine to the park gate in Potomac Heights. This beautiful trail parallels the Potomac, and runs through coastal forest and marshland. It will become a leg of the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail network. Created by Congress in the 1960’s, this network will, when completed, link the Potomac and upper Ohio River basins with the Chesapeake Bay. (Read more about this effort on www.nps.gov/pohe.)
Chapman Park has approximately 5 miles of marked trails.
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Volunteers tidied up the Marsh Trail.
Peaceful, beautiful scenes along the trail.