Cornwallis River Greenway

Cornwallis River Pathways Society (CRPS)

Organization / Program Name

Public Bulletin
Please note that this trail has sections which are non-motorized use only. The below description indicates applicable sections.

Location

Located in
Cambridge (Kings Co.)
Where To Find Us
Cambridge Station, NS
Areas Served
Kings County (NS)

Contact

E-Mail
crpathwaysgmail.com
Mailing Address
c/o Cornwallis River Pathways Society 
134 Ritson Ave 
Cambridge Station, NS B0P 1G0
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Description & Services

Information
 
Cornwallis River Greenway is a 6 km section of active-transportation trail managed by the Cornwallis River Pathways Society (CRPS). The trail runs through Coldbrook and Cambridge, Nova Scotia, along the old Dominion Atlantic Railway corridor. Although it passes close to several residential areas it offers access to scenic areas with opportunities to see a variety of wildlife. 
 
Except for seasonal snowmobile use, off-highway vehicles are prohibited.  
 
At its eastern end, the greenway connects to the 7 km Kentville Trail, a completely non-motorized active-transportation trail. To the west, once Sharpe Brook Bridge has been crossed, the trail is managed by Kings County Trail Society as a motorized trail where walkers and cyclists can expect to meet ATVs and trail bikes. 
 
Please visit our website for historical information about the Cambridge and Coldbrook areas, a map of the greenway, bird and plant checklists and more! 
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Dates
All Year.
Tags
Active Transportation ; All Things Trails ; Annapolis Valley Connect ; Bicycle ; Community Organizations ; Cross Country Skiing ; Family-friendly ; NS Find A Trail ; Outdoor Play ; Outdoor Recreation ; Recreation Categories ; Running ; Snowshoeing ; Trails ; Walking
Categories
Bridle Trails ~ Horseback Riding ; Cycling ~ Bicycle Paths/Trails ; Hiking ; Hiking Trails ~ Cross Country Skiing ; Hiking Trails ~ Hiking ; Hiking Trails ~ Snowshoeing ; Maps ; Snowmobile Trails ; Trail Development Advocacy Groups and Organizations

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Last Modified: 21 Jul 2017 | Last Full Update: 15 Oct 2015