Are you planning to visit the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway in the next year?

Traversing Dorchester and Caroline counties in Maryland, the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway is 125 miles long.
The Byway is best explored from south to north in two days, but can be done in a minimum of six hours.
Visitors are invited to explore the secret network of the Underground Railroad, forged in the 19th century by freedom-seeking slaves, law-breaking abolitionists and free black co-conspirators.
Along the Byway, you will find ample opportunities to hike, bike, paddle, shop, dine and attend events related to the area’s significant and unique heritage.
In October 2009, the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway was designated as an All American Road by the Federal Highway Administration for its well-preserved landscapes and historical importance.
March 10, 2013, marked the 100th anniversary of Harriet Tubman’s death. Since then, Harriet Tubman has gained more attention, with U.S. Congress designating lands on Maryland's Eastern Shore (where she was born) and Auburn, New York (where she died) as dual national historical parks in her honor.