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Located within the city limits this park offers several hiking trails as well as picnic area. One of its hallmarks is its waterfalls. Unfortunately the area has not had significant rain for weeks and the falls were merely a trickle. Still an enjoyable afternoon for...More
What a great place for bike trails! Had never gone but there is amazing work done there for bikers! Trails for days and very well maintained. The bike park is awesome for kids learning how to go over obstacles and jumps very impressed!
This is a very nice park to stop at and let the kids play. They have two playgrounds one for younger children and one for older children. Then you can go for a trail walk and walk up to the falls (it's not that far...More
We stopped here traveling between Halifax and Prince Edward Island to walk off stiffness from sitting in the car. Had spotted reviews and pics here. Took about 10 minutes to get to park from highway, but well worth it. Park has playgrounds, pool, bathrooms, etc...More
This is my favourite place to be between the NB border and Halifax. We arrived on a Sunday afternoon and walked down to the waterfall and back. I love the tall trees on either side. The park was busy and I am glad it is...More
A beautiful, peaceful place to visit. Take a picnic lunch, listen quite often to entertainment from the bandshell, hike to the falls or challenge yourself to a climb up Jacob’s Ladder and let the kids explore the playpark. Lots to do here or simply relax...More
Has a wonderful hiking trail, that is not difficult for anyone. Jacob's ladder for the brave and hardy that can make it up all those steps. A great playground and the best swimming pool. Lots of picnic area too.
Even if you are not into hiking this is a nice stop for a couple hours or you could choose to stay longer. We opted for the shorter route as we were traveling much further that day but needed to get out and stretch. excellent...More
The main trail into the park is very popular. On it, you will pass Jacobs ladder (180+ wood plank stairs), after the ladder you can cross a bridge over a small river (you’ll see a gazebo with benches inside). Or continue on... More
The main trail into the park is very popular. On it, you will pass Jacobs ladder (180+ wood plank stairs), after the ladder you can cross a bridge over a small river (you’ll see a gazebo with benches inside). Or continue on the main route where you’ll come to two sets of waterfalls (upper and lower). Near the back end of the park there’s a loop called “vibert trail” that contains two fairly steep hills that often used for training. Starting at the pool, “hemlock trail” is popular as well.
This all said, you can walk the entire park between 1.5-2 hours.
The whole park is full of well groomed trails, rivers intertwined, and handmade bridges.
All trails are well marked, so don’t worry about navigation.