Shared Use Trail
Kings County Trails Society (in cooperation with Town of Berwick and Village of Kingston)
Description & Services
|Nearest Community With Services||Western end of trail: Kingston (walking distance beside trail); Eastern end of trail: Cambridge (walking distance 1.4 km)|
|Trail Activities||Hiking ; Trail Running ; Walking ; Cross Country Skiing ; Snowshoeing ; Mountain Biking ; Horseback Riding ; All Terrain Vehicle Riding ; Off Road Motorcycle Riding ; Snowmobiling ; Nature Viewing|
|Trail Attributes||Rural Trail|
|Facilities At Start/End/Along Trail||Parking Available|
|Facilities Near Trail||Parking Available ; Accommodations ; Picnic Area ; Restaurant/Take Out ; Convenience/Grocery Store ; Drinking Water ; Auto Repair Service ; Fuel|
|Information||The Shared Use Trail covers 28+kms between Sharpe Brook in Cambridge and the Village of Kingston.
It is managed by the Kings County Trail Society, excluding smaller segments managed by the Town of Berwick and the Village of Kingston.
It connects to the Cornwallis River Greenway trail to the East, and extends West to join a network of ATV trails in Annapolis County.
Trail has a firm base and is well marked. It is suitable for hiking, off-highway vehicles, horseback riding, biking, skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.
|Trail or Water Route Map||Click for brochure containing map: Kings County Shared Use Trail|
|Tags||Annapolis Valley Connect ; Bicycle ; Cross Country Skiing ; Hiking ; Horseback Riding ; NS Trail Guide ; Off-Highway Vehicles ; Outdoor Play ; Outdoor Recreation ; Recreation Categories ; Snowshoeing ; Trails ; Walking|
|Categories - General||Bicycle Paths/Trails ; Bridle Trails ; Cross Country Ski Trails ; Hiking Trails ; Off Road Vehicle Trails ; Snowmobile Trails ; Snowshoe Trails ; Wheelchair Users|