It is only through the hard work and dedication of our community-based volunteer organization, the St. Margaret’s Bay Area Rails to Trails Association, and everyone that supports the Trail, that we are able to continue the work needed to keep it safely running for everyone
We also accept legacies, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us either by post or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you feel that you would like to do something to make a difference and help, then why not become a member?
Membership is free, however you can show your support through a donation of any denomination. Your financial contribution will enable our organization to keep preserving and improving our beloved trail. Donations can be made either by using the form below or by sending a cheque made out to St. Margaret’s Bay Area Rails-to-Trails Association at:
St. Margaret’s Bay Area Rails to Trails Association
1-5229 St. Margaret’s Bay Road
Upper Tantallon, NS
Help us continue
As a volunteer organization we rely on community donations to do seasonal maintenance, clean up, create signage, add benches and more. We would like to invite you to support our efforts, by making a donation; every little bit helps.
Your support and generosity are very much appreciated not only by the Trail Association but by everyone that comes to enjoy the Trail too – Thank you!
Benefits of Membership
Members can also benefit from being able to add events to our events calendar using their account login details.
You can also become part of our Trail sponsorship program by donating a memorial bench. Please download and complete the form below if you would like to participate in this program.
Our amazing financial supporters
We would like to thank every one of our amazing supporters who made very kind donations to our Trail upgrade fund, and ultimately made the recent Trail upgrade actually possible. It is only through help, support and very generous donations from people and companies alike that we are able to continue the work we do maintaining and managing the Trail for the benefit of everyone.
If you would like to read the full news article about the Trail upgrade you can do so by clicking here.
With our thanks to:
ACOA – Bicycle Nova Scotia – Blue Route, Aspotogan Heritage Trust, Bay Treasure Chest Association, Five Bridges Wilderness Heritage Trust, Halifax Regional Municipality, J.D Shatford Memorial Trust, Matt Whitman – Councillor, Mountain Equipment Co-Op, Nova Scotia Power, NS Dept. of Culture – Communities & Heritage, NS Dept. of Engery and Mines, NS Dept. of Health & Wellness, OHV Infrastructure Fund, Safety-Minded ATV Association, St. Margaret’s Bay Regional Tourism Development Association, Tantallon Veterinary Hospital and TD Bank.