The Jones Falls Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Baltimore City that currently extends from Druid Hill Park to Penn Station. The trail parallels the Jones Falls River and passes by a number of historic mills, the scenic overlook at Round Falls and the Baltimore Street Car Museum. Upon its completion, the trail will extend 12 miles from Baltimore's Inner Harbor to Robert E. Lee park and Lake Roland. Visitors to the trail will be able to bike or hike along the corridor to the Conservatory at Druid Hill Park, the Baltimore Zoo, Clipper Mill, Cylburn Arboretum, Historic Mt. Washington and many other desinations. The second phase of the trail is planned to be complete by early 2006 and will extend the trail from Penn Station through Druid Hill Park tothe Woodberry Light Rail Station for a total of approximately five miles.
The trail is as varied as Baltimore itself. Some sections pass through the city and are adjacent to roads and city sites while other portions of the trail wind through wooded parks and seem to be miles removed from civilization.