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You can choose where and when you want to walk. Walk inside, walk outside, and even walk on a treadmill! You can also walk on your own, with a friend or with a group.
For those interested, Monday morning group walks will commence throughout the summer. We will meet at different locations throughout the County. A group walk schedule will be posted to this website as well as emailed out to all Club 300 members. The group walk schedule is included in your paper walking mileage log. Come out and meet other Club 300 members and keep those feet moving as we explore some of the wonderful trails in our area!
Come out and meet other Club 300 members and keep those feet moving as we explore some of the wonderful trails in our area. For those who are interested, Club 300 group walks will be scheduled and posted on the Club 300 page. During the winter months, we will be offering a Club 300 group walk monthly. During the summer months, our group walks will be more frequent. We will be meeting at different locations throughout the County. Be sure to check the Club 300 page for dates, times, and locations of our Club 300 group walks.
If you are currently registered with Club 300, all you have to do is log on to the Club 300 page. You will be asked if you want to take the East Coast Greenway Challenge; click yes and you will automatically be registered. Please note, you do not need to participate in the challenge to be a member of Club 300.
If you want to take the challenge and are not currently registered in the program, visit the Club 300 page and complete the online registration form or call the Special Programs Division at 301-446-3400 for assistance.
For assistance, please call the Special Programs Division at 301-446-3403 at the end of each month and we will help record your miles online.
Please call the Special Programs Division at 301-446-3403 for assistance.
As you walk the East Coast Greenway, you will earn a State pin for each State you have “virtually” walked across! Here are those States: