The Old Mill Trail
Fully Wheelchair Accessible
The Old Mill Trail is owned by the Municipality of the County of Annapolis. This is the newest of the Annapolis County walking-hiking trails opened on August 26, 2000.
It is fully wheelchair accessible. No motorized vehicles on the trail please as it is meant for walking - hiking only.
The trail is situated on 2.2 acres of land along the beautiful Annapolis River and features benches, picnic tables and bridges all along it.
This trail is open daily from 8 a.m. to sunset. You may take your dog with you, but it is asked that you clean up after it and keep him on a lease at all times. Also, as with any trail, please do not leave any garbage behind.
This trail is located along the Route 201 between Middleton & Kingston in South Farmington.213 Adam Drive, Old Mill Sub-Division, South Farmington
From Middleton take highway #1 east towards Kingston. In Wilmont turn right at Guy's Frenchie's onto the Old Mill Road. This will take you across the Annapolis River. You will come to a shape left turn not far after the bridge and then a sharp right turn. Right on the corner of this right turn you will see Adam Drive branching off to the left. The trail is located just up Adam Drive, in the Old Mill Subdivision.
From Greenwood take the route #201 west towards Nictaux. You will come to sort of a "Y" in the road where the 201 goes to the left and the Old Mill Road goes to the right. Take the Old Mill Road on the right and not far you will come to a sharp left turn where Adam Drive will junction off to the right. The trail is just up Adam Drive.
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