Trail is part of the Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network!
Gwynns Falls Trail is a part of the National Park Service's Chesapeake
Bay Gateways Network as the Gwynns Falls Trail and Greenway Connector.
Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network
is a system of parks, refuges, museums, historic communities, and
trails in the Bay watershed. Managed by many different partners,
these sites tell the Bay story. Together they provide a way for
experiencing and understanding the Bay resources.
Gwynns Falls Trail and Greenway Connector tells the story of the
ever-changing land and water resource of the Gwynns Falls stream
valley and its watershed draining to the Baltimore Harbor and the
Chesapeake Bay. This magnificent story reveals how human civilization,
from aboriginal time to the present, has used this stream and its
supporting natural resources. It is a story reflective of the Bay
itself. Its uses have changed with generations and technology. These
resources are important because they help to inform the visitor
about past, present and prospective land and water resources and
their uses along the Trail and Greenway within the Gwynns Falls
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