Robert E. Lee Park-Lake Roland Trail

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Robert E. Lee Park-Lake Roland Trail is a 4.4 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Baltimore, MD that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

4.4 miles 170 feet Out & Back
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Nick Hanyok
3 days ago

2 Completed2 Reviews

Great 4 mile trail to the lake and back. Very easy great feel and saw a bunch of deer and fish jumping out of the water. Very well kept and not very crowded. You will need to park right off of falls road.

Kelly Knock
10 days ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Simona Vricella
2 months ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Love it

Chawls B.
4 months ago

I've been exploring some of the various trail routes (red, blue, yellow, green) this week as part of my daily runs and have enjoyed it immensely! I'm now planning to add trail runs to my normal running repertoire...a great way to mix things up. Only down side was I came across a dog walker with two unleashed dogs (blue trail)...they were friendly dogs but I'm afraid of dogs (been bit twice) so I wasn't comfortable going by them...stopped running and walked.

Charlie Wright
4 months ago

11 Completed5 Reviews

Love this little trail along former trolley tracks.

Matt Oconke
5 months ago

2 Completed3 Reviews

Nature is beautiful and should always gets 5 stars. Sorry about my earlier review only giving it 4 stars. Oops

Matt Oconke
5 months ago

2 Completed3 Reviews

I enjoyed my time here

Guinevere Norman
7 months ago

20 Completed6 Reviews

Colleen Gormanly
9 months ago

16 Completed13 Reviews

3.5 stars. Nice park in the city. Not particularly challenging.

Luis Rivera
10 months ago

7 Completed2 Reviews

Awesomely Muddy! Good workout.

Jimmy Schaftel
1 year ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Live nearby and have hiked, biked, dog-walked, run, kayaked, photographed, and bird watched there for years, and in all seasons.

Not too strenuous, but always enjoyable!

Bike Lord
1 year ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

F**k the Union Park Rangers at the front trading post. they ratted me and my buddies out to the Erosion Control. They sent reinforcements and tore down our righteous jumps. I remeber so many good times in those woods, but those senile party poopers ripped down our line. Those jumps had been standing for years and they come over and destroy the beautiful history. Go get a life and stop ruining the fun of us young athletic radical young adults. Stop being so butt hurt that we walked past you with shovels all summer.

Also a special shoutout to the roadies who frequently take spills from the jumps. Sorry you can't ruin the lips and trannys that we had worked so hard to pack the past months. Take your squid lids and go home. Kona Howler, Scott Voltage, and Treck Ticket S for lyyyyyfe. Also a shoutout to the dank brakeless 20 boys who ripped around the jumps too.

Sorry Tribal man we will never be graced with your presence as you walk your dog and jam every weekday at 5:30.

Sorry sexy runner chicks, we will not be gracing you with our stellar appearances this summer, hopefuly you can find some other studs to fantisize day and night abou

Ned R.
1 year ago

Nice flat urban-close trail populated by dog walkers who want to let dogs off leash. Encountered an extremely belligerent jogger who struck at my very peaceful/friendly dog. Won't be back. There are better options in Baltimore County.

Robert E. Lee
1 year ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

i am so touched that after many years since my passing I have been able to visit the very land I had skirmishes with General McClellan, that old fool, on. I normally bring my wife, a 2009 Kona Howler, to shred the magnificent jump system throughout the park. I enjoy visiting the park ranger at the bottom of acorn hill (even though he's a union soldier, he's pretty radical.) If you ever need to relieve yourself, the park offers wonderful spot-a-pot facilities (btw let the one on the right sit for a while, I had a hay day in there last week, it was the log line, huh huh get it, log.) No one knows this, but there is a trail that will take you to Narnia, one of the raddest of zones in the park. The bike wizards have yet to map lines back in there, but I cant wait til the day comes when I can shred some maaaad downhill. If anyone ever stops you for disobeying the erosion control signs, just say THE Robert E. Lee gave your permission to erect a bike line. I give this park 5 stars for the 5 bullets I sunk in General McClellan's arm.

Stars and Bars and all things Freedom

Please "cop" my mixtape, located at the description in the bio.

Lindsay Hoehn
1 year ago

6 Completed6 Reviews

I love this trail partially because it's practically in my back yard but for the majority of the trail I feel like I'm far far away. Decent amount of traffic.

Jody A.
2 years ago

in addition to Ricks review..Our family go there with my dog, and you will see rangers walking the property at all times and you will be escorted if you are on the grounds after dusk. They have remote cameras monitoring activity 24/7. Well attended and well managed park. Parking is free and about 5 minutes to the dog park if you want to go there. You will be monitored for membership tags, for sure.

Rick Levin
2 years ago

5 Completed5 Reviews

This is one of the best parks with close proximity to downtown Baltimore and 83, and by far one of the best parks to bring your dog. Best to park at the northern Falls Rd. portion of the trail and hike south. Stay on the red markings, about half a mile into the trail there is a old railroad bridge, cross this bridge and about 30 feet on the left there is a small trail that will lead you to the dog stream. On the summer weekends there can be a lot of dogs off leash splashing around and playing here. Lots of Labs and mostly friendly dogs. If your dog has any problems playing with other dogs DO NOT take your dog off leash, as the people here who have dogs off leash know their dogs well and they usually never fight, its very playful. Make sure your smaller dogs can swim because it can get deep on the far side from the beach area. When you get back up to the Red trail make sure you keep an eye out for bikers, esp kids who may come up behind you without calling out "on your left" but for the most part you can hear them. About 3.5 miles up the trial you will cross the Light Rail tracks, obviously be careful, but head up the trail from here and it leads you to the main Robert E Lee park, there is a big walking loop with a lake and a dam. There is also a really great place for dogs who can swim and want to play in a gated off area called "Paw Point" you do need a code to get in and its $35 a year, but if you like to take your dog out a lot and want a safe place for it to swim this place is great, lots of friendly owners, pretty people in this park with dogs quite often so its a great place to potentially meet a guy or girl that is dog friendly. There is a picnic area at the lake part and parking, but I think its best to park at the northern entrance and make your way to the lake. All in all this is a pretty easy hike, about 7 miles round trip, you have to watch your step a little but most people will be fine, yesterday I ran into an 80 year old couple doing the whole trail, petting all the dogs. This is by far one of the best spots if you want to bring your dog. Also when I was younger I used to mountain bike a lot and this place is mountain bike friendly, there are a lot of side trails for mountain bikers so they can stay off the main red trail. P.S. This park is kayak friendly too, the lake is great for kayaking if you don't feel like driving to the bay or somewhere else far from the city. I have seen many girls walking alone, and talked with many of them, they tell me they never feel scared walking here alone. I think this is one of the safest parks in the Baltimore area. Enjoy!