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Monocacy Scenic Water Trail Map
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"The Maryland Natural Resources Police has issued a navigational warning for paddlers to beware of two major logjams on the Monocacy River in Frederick County..."
More Information at DNR's Website

This guide spans 41.8 miles of water trail along the Monocacy River and depicts a diverse mix of opportunities for paddlers of all levels. The trail has been divided into three segments but visitors can make their trips shorter or longer according to their time and ability.

Section 1:  Maryland Rt. 77-Rocky Ridge to Devilbiss Bridge
Section 2:  Devilbiss Bridge to Gambrill Mill
Section 3:  Gambrill Mill to the Monocacy Boat Ramp

This map is meant to be used as a reference for existing public boating access sites and facilities. It is strongly recommended that you consult a range of other detailed maps, charts and supplemental information geared to your specific needs when planning for or undertaking extended excursions.

To request a copy of the Monocacy Scenic Water Trail Map, please call 301-600-2936. You can also pick up a copy of the map at:

  • Frederick County Division of Parks & Recreation
  • The City of Frederick Recreation Department
  • The Monocacy National Battlefield Visitors Center
  • Frederick County Tourism

Download a PDF copy of the map here

Click here to view the dedication ceremony for the Monocacy River Scenic Water Trail.