Walktober Day 18 – Community Favorites: Kindness Demonstration Trail

by Oct 18, 2021Walktober

Welcome back to Day 18 of Walktober!

Today, we’re heading back to Garrett Trails and highlighting the Kindness Demonstration Forest Trail!

This gently rolling trail is on an old logging road through the heart of the first parcel of the Maryland State Forest system.  Donated by the Garrett brothers in 1906 the land carried the military plot name “Kindness Tract”.  This 1.25 trail (one way) features interpretive signage on forest management practices as it traverses several different types of timber plots.

https://www.garretttrails.org/kindness-demonstration-forest-trail.html

Make sure you check out Garrett Trails’ website (https://www.garretttrails.org/kindness-demonstration-forest-trail.html) for more information on this trail and online maps!

How did you do with your fitness goals today? What’s your favorite local trail? Did you get in your 6,000 steps?, 10,000 steps?, or do something awesome to stay active? Join the discussion below, and you’ll earn 3 MORE prize points each day during Walktober!

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15 Comments

    • Dee

      Wow John! Enjoying finding all the new trails to walk on. Great info!
      Garrett County has a lot to offer.

      Reply
  1. Kathy Skipper

    I had no idea about this one. Can’t wait to check it out!

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  2. Lacy Coffren

    I never realized there were so many trails to walk in Garrett County. Will have to make time to try them all.

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  3. Sarah Humberson

    I’ve never heard of this one but it looks like a beautiful place.

    Reply
  4. Amy Wilburn

    Thank you for all your information, I don’t know which one to walk first.

    Reply
  5. Amy Wilburn

    I’d like to know what is everybodies favorite trail.

    Reply
  6. Jenny

    Definitely want to check this one out! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Reply
  7. Jen Sober

    Awesome. I don’t know about this trail! Thanks for the info!

    Reply
  8. Gayle

    Did this one recently. I suggest putting a bench at the far end so you can sit and enjoy the forest! 10398 steps today

    Reply
  9. Amy Ritchie

    Thanks for posting about this trail John. I’ve never heard of it! 8,332 steps today!

    Reply
  10. Deb

    Thanks for posting! Also, I can’t log in on my phone anymore. Says to contact admin of the site. I can only get on on my laptop. Help please!

    Reply
  11. K Pfaff

    This is a great trail for a short run! 🏃‍♀️

    Reply
  12. Thomas George

    Definitely added to my list, thanks!

    Reply
  13. Joyce Lander

    Finally reviewing these articles. Wish I had followed from the start.

    Reply

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