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Rocks State Park
3318 Rocks Chrome Hill Road
Jarrettsville, MD 21084
DIRECTIONS: Susquehanna State Park is located three miles northwest of Havre de Grace off Route 155 in Harford
County. The park is approximately 35 miles north of Baltimore. Take I-95 north or south to Route 155, exit 89. Proceed
west on Route 155 to Route 161. Turn right on Route 161 and then right on Rock Run Road. Follow Rock Run Road to
Location - The park is in Harford County, three miles northwest of Havre de Grace, off RT. 155, 35 miles from Baltimore.
Susquehanna Ridge Trail - Blazed in red, the trail goes from the Picnic Area to Lapidum following the western ridge of the
Susquehanna River. The Ridge Trail is approximately three miles in distance with moderate to difficult climbs. The trail
provides magnificent views of the Susquehanna River Valley.
Land of Promise - Blazed in white, the trail starts at the Ridge Trail a short distance from Lapidum Trail Head. The Land of
Promise is of moderate difficulty and is 1.6 miles in distance. The trail ends at the Rock Run Historic Area by the mansion
Farm Road Trail - Blazed in dark blue, the trail starts in the Deer Creek Picnic Area following a farm road through fields
and forests. The Farm Trail is moderate in difficulty and is two miles in distance. The trail crosses both Wilkinson and
Rock Run Roads and ends at the Rock Run Y Trail.
Rock Run Y Trail - Blazed in yellow, the trail begins at Quaker Bottom Road. The trail forks in the pine plantation. The
right fork will intersect with the Land of Promise Trail. The left fork intersects with the Farm Road Trail and continues on
and intersects the Land of Promise Trail. Moderate difficulty with a distance of .9 miles.
Ivy Branch Trail - Blazed in orange, this trail begins at the intersection of Rock Run and Wilkinson Roads. The trail
crosses the Farm Road Trail, Wilkinson Road and through farm fields. An easy to moderate trail with a distance of two
Deer Creek Trail - Blazed in green, the trail begins and ends at the Picnic Area. The Deer Creek Trail has magnificent
views and giant trees. A moderate to difficult trail with a distance of 2.1 miles.
Lower Susquehanna Heritage Greenways Trail - Marked with Greenways emblems at half mile intervals, a 2.2 mile
improved section runs between Conowingo Dam and Stafford Road at Deer Creek. This trail is accessible from the Deer
Creek Picnic Area or Conowingo Dam parking area. A one mile unimproved section continues along the Susquehanna,
bringing you to the trestle bridge at the mouth of Deer Creek. The Greenways trail continues on a 3 mile unimproved
section by following the Susquehanna Ridge Trail from the trestle or picnic area at Lapidum.
Spur Trails - Blazed in Silver with a number. The Spur Trail connects trails to expand your travels through Susquehanna