Parks in Annapolis Valley

The Grant Potter Memorial Park in Annapolis Royal, NS might be small but it offers so much.

There are all kinds of Parks in Annapolis Valley including Provincial Picnic Parks, Municipal Parks and Town Parks. They are all great places to visit for a short rest or an afternoon picnic.


The Mickey Hill Pocket Wilderness Trail is owned and maintained by Bowater Mersey Paper Co., Ltd. There are three trails; the Picnic Trail, The Beach Trail and the Ski Trail for a total length of 5.6 km.

You can find several Digby Island Trails on both Long & Brier Islands, Nova Scotia. All are great walking trails and offer breath taking scenery.

The French Basin Trail is 1.2 km long as it follows around the perimeter of the Ducks Unlimited pond. The trail is great for walking - hiking, snow shoeing and mountain biking. 

The 1.7 km Miners Marsh Trail is a great relaxing walking trail that is located on Ducks Unlimited land minutes from downtown Kentville, NS.

The Belleisle Marsh Trail travels over protected marsh and water fowl land. The trail is great for walking - hiking and mountain biking. The total distance of the loop is 8.2 km.

The Gaspereau River Trail is located by White Rock, Kings County.  This is a walking /hiking or snowshoeing trail along the Gaspereau River.

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