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Located In Liverpool
Where To Find Us
Port Mouton, NS
Areas Served Queens County (NS)
Contact Brian Hatt, President, Queens Rails to Trails Association; Phone: 902-354-2398; Email:
Alternate Contact Martin Huntley, Vice-President, Queens Rails to Trails Association; Phone: 902-354-7190; Email:
Mailing Address c/o Queens Rails to Trails Association 
PO Box 466 
44 Milford St, Queens County 
Milton, NS B0T 1P0
Description & Services
Information The Queens Rails to Trails connects Summerville Beach Provincial Park with the Woodland Multiuse Trail in Shelburne County. The trail repairs and upgrades have been compelted and the trail at this tiem is in excellent condition. It connects with the Summerville Beach Provincial Park and proceeds west into Port Mouton and then continues west to the Woodland Multiuse Trail in Shelburne County. The 34 km.trail is a multi use trail and is open to walkers, bicycles, horse back riding, skiers, and off highway vehicles. The trail is managed by the Queens Rails to Trails Association.

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Hours open year round
Meetings The Queens Rails to Trails Association meets 6 p.m. the 1st Wednesday monthly at the Queens Place Emera Center Liverpool.  
Everyone is welcome.
Special Information
Tags All Things Trails ; Bicycle ; Cross Country Skiing ; Fall Fun ; Horseback Riding ; Maps ; NS Trail Guide ; Off-Highway Vehicles ; Recreation Categories ; South Shore Connect ; Trails ; Walking