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Stewiacke River Park Trail

Located In Stewiacke East
Where To Find Us Stewiacke River Park
528 Stewiacke River Park Rd
Stewiacke East, NS B0N 2J0
Areas Served Fundy Region
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Phone 902-897-3180
Contact Parks and Trails Coordinator, Municipality of the County of Colchester
Description & Services
Information This is a 2 km loop trail through a beautiful woodland park beside the Stewiacke River.  
Stroll under hemlock and pine trees along the river on the "river trail". Along this crusher dust path, you will pass the playground, picnic shelters and washrooms. 
An upland trail (off the crusher dust trail) with a grass surface passes through mixed forest in the upper section of the park, away from the river.  
Permitted uses: walking, snowshoeing, dogs on leash 
Benches along the trail provide places for rest and relaxation.  
Stewiacke River Park is open 8 am - 8 pm daily from mid-May to mid-October. Please check the website for dates of operation. 
Walkers are welcome year-round. (Visitors must leave vehicle at entrance in off-season.) 
To access the trail: 
Park address: 528 Stewiacke River Park Road, East Stewiacke. 
The "river trail" begins at the park entrance.  
The "upland trail" begins on the left, just past the park gate; start up the hill and veer right and across the footbridge. 
Categories - General Hiking Trails ~ Hiking ; Hiking Trails ~ Snowshoeing ; Picnic Grounds
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Tags Fundy Connect ; NS Trail Guide ; Outdoor Recreation ; Park ; Recreation Categories ; Snowshoeing ; Trails ; Walking