Taken from the website "midatlantic hikes"
Description: The term Hashawha is Native American for “Old Fields”. This is a very apt term although there is also a fair amount of mature second growth timber in this 340 acre Environmental Education Center. Besides being the home to Carroll County’s Outdoor School for sixth graders it offers the superb Bear Branch Nature Center with live exhibits, The Raptors' Mews, protecting injured specimens of Bald Eagles, Red-tailed Hawks, Horned, Barred and Screech Owls, Eastern Kestrels and, I believe, a Sharp Shinned Hawk. As if that wasn’t enough, approximately 6 miles of well marked trails await you. The trail system is laid out as an interconnecting series of loops allowing the hiker, mountain biker or cross country skier to customize their outing. The system interconnects with even more trails in the adjoining Union Mills Homestead. Described here is a 4.3 mile perimeter hike. For the most part the terrain is relatively rolling although there is one steep but short climb along the way.
The website has a link to a googlemaps route finder- use that link, and input your starting address to determine your travel route/times. I'lls ee you at the trailhead.
Lunch, afterwards, is always a possibility. I don't know the area up there, but we can always ask Mr GPS for lunch suggestions.