Broad Creek Byway Bike Tour

Enjoy beautiful, scenic Laurel by bike for the Second Annual Broad Creek Byway Bike Tour! Your quiet adventure will start on Central Avenue along the banks of the historic Broad Creek. From there you will journey down tree lined streets as you proceed out of town. As you past the Laurel airport you might observe sky divers dotting the sky to welcome you. For the rest of the ride you will wind through scenic byways and along historic waterways as you explore what makes our community so unique. We’ve tied in some of the best historic attractions such as The Laurel Heritage Museum, The Cook House, Historic Bethel, Bethel Museum, and Old Christ Church to name a few. Along the way enjoy important waterways that make up a portion of the Chesapeake Watershed and highlight portions of The Captain John Smith Trail, the Nanticoke River Trail, and The Sussex County Historic and Scenic Byway. Of course, the ride would not be complete without a stop at our true gem – Trap Pond State Park. For more information, visit