Trails & Parks

 

Main Street Maples

Between Highway 10 and the South Shore Annapolis Valley Trail

Park has picnic tables and benches available in season.  Supported by NGAPS


River Ridge Common 

Highway 10 (#4668) on the outskirts of New Germany.

 

For more information, contact the Trail Coordinator at 902-541-1352 or lbarkhouse@modl.ca


South Shore Annapolis Valley Trail

 
This 122 km trail travels between the Goose Chase Road in New Germany to the Town of Bridgetown in the Annapolis Valley and Caledonia in the Region of Queens.  Access includes hikers, bicycles, ATVís, snowmobiles, skies, and horses.  Parking is available at various access points along the trail.  The trail is groomed in the winter by the
Crossburn Snowmobile Club.


 

   


LaHave River Trail

This trail will re-create a rail link between the Town of Bridgewater and the South Shore Annapolis Valley Trail in New Germany.  The three kilometre section along Wentzell's Lake is complete and approximately three kilometres of trail from Cookville Falls to the Cookville Provincial Park is presently under construction.  Parking is available at the Southwest end of the trail.  When completed, access will include hikers, bicycles, ATVís, snowmobiles, skies, and horses.

Up date - March 2015: The LaHave River Trial Association is continuing their efforts to recreate a trail link between New Germany and Bridgewater. Work begins this spring on the trail section between Goose Chase Road and Veinot Road in Pinehurst. When completed, the Valley will be linked through the South Shore Annapolis Valley Trail all the way to the shops and services in Cookville. The Association volunteers are committed to ongoing discussions with private land owners and would like to assure people that their route will provide full insurance coverage and not limit the landowners use of their property if private land is used.  The Association welcomes members and public input. For more information, contact the Trail Coordinator at 902-541-1352 or lbarkhouse@modl.ca

    

 This trail is supported by the LaHave River Trail Association. Information about LRTA and application for membership.  (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

For more information about trails in Lunenburg County please see Municipality of the District of Lunenburg

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Indian Falls Park

To commemorate the Municipality of the District of Lunenburgís 125th anniversary in 2004, Indian Falls was designated as a Municipal Park.

Known for having some of the areaís best salmon fishing, Indian Falls also offers a picnic area, on-site privies, walking trails, rock beach and look off points.

Between April and November the park is open from 8:00a.m. until dusk.

Location Map

 


Mushamush Beach Park

Mushamush Beach Park is a Municipal treasure located on Mushamush Lake in Sweetland.

Between May and October, the park is open from 9:00a.m. until dusk for swimming, picnicking or a leisurely walk.

The beach is equipped with accessible picnic tables, on-site privies and has a special ramp available for wheelchair water access. There is also a small play area on-site for children.

Location Map


Veteran's Memorial Park

Veteran's Memorial Park Boat Ramp on New Germany Lake, LaHave River.

Supported by:  LaHave River Watershed Enhancement Foundation

 


Upper Northfield Boat Ramp

Harold Silver Road on Mushamush Lake

Supported by: Lunenburg County Wildlife Association

 

For more information about boat ramps in Lunenburg County and Nova Scotia please see Nova Scotia Fisheries & Aquaculture