On Saturday, June 8, 2024, over 2,700 people attended and over 80 businesses and organizations participated in the 3rd Annual Trolley Trail Day!


Read the 2024 Event Recap and View Photos!!

Learn about how the 1st ever wrap party "Night at the Museum Rock Concert" went 

Thank you to the 2024 Sponsors and participating organizations and businesses!

Trolley Trail Day 2024 was featured in various regional news and events outlets. The Hyattsville Wire and PG Suite Magazine both published a story about the 3rd annual event. It was featured weekend guides at WTOP, The Washingtonian, NBC 4 Washington, Visit Maryland, WABA, and various organizations newsletters and event pages! 

Background

The Trolley Trail is a 3.8-mile-long trail that is a recreational and transportation asset – it can also become even more of an economic driver than it is today.  By linking the downtowns and commercial areas of the three Baltimore Avenue Corridor communities, the Trolley Trail serves as a convenient connection between our communities.  It is directly connected to the Anacostia River Trail System and Capital Trails Network, a premier regional system of bicycle and pedestrian trails in the DMV.  Serving the communities of Hyattsville, Riverdale Park and College Park, the Prince George’s Department of Parks and Recreation (M-NCPPC) coordinated development of the Trolley Trail and remains a supporting partner with the Baltimore Avenue communities.  Through events like Trolley Trail Day, we can become a greater destination for residents and out-of-town cyclists alike to explore our restaurants, breweries, and shops. 


In 2023

Community development organizations (the College Park City-University Partnership, Hyattsville CDC, and Anacostia Trails Heritage Area Inc.), local governments and nonprofit organizations held the second-ever Trolley Trail Day and it was a tremendous success – over 1,500 people participated and over 50 businesses and organizations attended or supported the event. Check out the event summary

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