Did you know Patapsco Valley State Park has over 200 miles of trails?
With a variety of recreational activities available, from biking to camping to adaptive recreation, there's an activity here for everyone.
Play to your strengths and become one of our many volunteers helping to preserve the Patapsco Valley watershed.
Capture the moment!
If you're a budding photographer, take part in our annual photo contest, PaSNAPsco, open to any amateur or professional photographer. The deadline is November 2022. Get snapping!
Walking Through History
Stroll down one of several Main Streets within the Patapsco Valley Heritage Area and experience a wide range of entertainment, art, history, and shopping!
The Patapsco Valley and You
Patapsco Heritage Greenway is dedicated to promoting and preserving the Patapsco Valley Heritage Area. From watershed cleanups to providing sponsorship and funding to groups engaging in conservation work, all efforts lead to sustainable and enjoyable heritage tourism.
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Looking to get outside and be active? Look no further than Patapsco Valley State Park!
Discover something new! The Patapsco Valley is the ultimate place to discover and appreciate nature.
Follow the river west from Baltimore and discover where America’s industrial revolution took shape!
Artistic and cultural opportunities are plentiful in the Patapsco Valley Heritage Area.
MEDIA RELEASE CONTACT : Aaron Shapiro, Executive Director | firstname.lastname@example.org | 410.696.1328 ELLICOTT CITY, MD—The Maryland Heritage Areas Authority (MHAA) announced matching grants totaling $195,471 for Patapsco Valley Heritage Area (PVHA) non-profits. The grant funds support heritage tourism projects and activities that draw visitors and expand economic development and tourism-related opportunities in the Patapsco Valley.…Read More
Come join PHG to learn about the Water Quality of the Patapsco River and how you can check it in your own backyard! Join us to explore the environment and history of the Patapsco River. To attend, park in Lot A, behind the Trolley Stop Restaurant in Old Ellicott City. Parking Lot B is the…Learn more about this event