Schooley Mill Park We meet in the UPPER parking lot for the horse ring. GPS Coordinates: 39.169267, -76.960674 Physical Address: 12975 Hall Shop Road, Highland, MD 20777 Driving Directions: From Baltimore Area (I-695 & I-70): Head west on I-70 W (3.7 miles). Use the left 2 lanes to take exit 87A to merge onto US-29 S (8.7 miles). Take exit 16B to merge onto MD-32 W toward Clarksville (3.0 miles). Take exit 19 for Great Star Dr (0.2 miles). Turn left onto Great Star Dr (0.5 miles). Turn left onto Guilford Rd (0.4 miles). Turn right onto Hall Shop Rd (2.5 miles). Turn left (135 ft). Turn right (167 ft). The destination will be on your right. From DC Area (I-495 & I-270 Spur):
Head northwest on I-270 N (0.9 miles). Use the right lane to take the Montrose Rd exit (0.4 miles). Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Tower Oaks Blvd (0.3 miles). Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Tower Oaks Blvd (0.6 miles). Turn right onto Wootton Pkwy (1.3 miles). Continue onto 1st St (0.2 miles). Continue onto First St/Norbeck Rd (4.1 miles) (Continue to follow Norbeck Rd). Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto MD-97 N/Georgia Ave (2.0 miles). Turn right onto Old Baltimore Rd (1.2 miles). Turn right onto MD-108 E/Olney Sandy Spring Rd (5.4 miles) (Continue to follow MD-108 E). Turn right onto Hall Shop Rd (0.3 miles). Turn left (135 ft). Turn right (167 ft). The destination will be on your right. Public Transportation: There is no public transportation to, or in, Schooley Mill Park.
NOTE: Please remember to take the leader(s) number(s) with you but please respect the fact that we are all volunteers and there is often no cell coverage at trailheads and varies according to service provider. If you call very close to hike time, please understand that we are very busy with pre-hike preparations for ourselves in addition to group sign in, pre-hike briefing, and then leading the hike. It is also very difficult to provide instructions to someone while following them too, hence providing very detailed directions on this separate page. Leaders are advised to not answer phones once a hike is started so we don't miss a turn on the trail due to the distraction of a call. Thank you for your understanding and see you there!

 

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