To get the most out of the Trail our interactive map is marked with entrance and exit points, parking facilities, attractions, points of interest and places to stop for something to eat too. Pan and zoom around the map for more detail.
Download the PDF version of the map
For even more information download a copy of our Trail brochure.
Trail Access and Parking
The Trail starts where it crosses Highway 3 in Lewis Lake and ends where the Trail crosses Highway 3 in Hubbards. Additional Trail access points are the Connector to Jerry Lawrence Park, behind Redmond’s Plaza in Tantallon, The Bike and Bean Café and Station Road in Hubbards.
Parking is available at all access points including both Trailheads (Lewis Lake and Hubbards), at Jerry Lawrence Park, Redmond’s Plaza, adjacent to The Bike and Bean Café, Station Road in Head of St. Margaret’s Bay and Station Road in Hubbards.
Toilets are available from June-October in Jerry Lawrence Park, the Bay Lookoff park, Cleveland Beach provincial park, Hubbards Barn and Hubbards Community Waterfront.
Two porta-potties are located between Cavicchi’s and the Bike and Bean in Upper Tantallon for the summer months. These are provided by the Trail Association as an amenity for trail users. The porta-potties will be serviced once a week and we ask that users leave them in acceptable condition for the next person.
Sheltered picnic tables are available along the trail.
• Lion’s Club Picnic Shelter overlooking Round Lake at the entrance to Jerry Lawrence Park
• Picnic tables at Redmond’s plaza access
• Ken Lord Picnic Shelter overlooking Schooner Cove
• Trailbuilders Picnic Shelter overlooking Ingramport Bay
Jerry Lawrence Provincial Park
Head of St. Margaret’s Bay
Bay Lookout Park
Cleveland Beach Provincial Park
Interpretive panels are found at various points along the trail and give information on flora and fauna found on and around the trail.