Finding your way along the Trail
Along the 33 km of trail are many different points of interest, attractions, amenities, toilets, exit and entry points, parking facilities and places to eat and stay. No matter where you start or how long you are on the trail you can always be sure there will be plenty to do and see.
For even more information you can also download a copy of our new Trail brochure here.
To get the most out of the Trail our interactive map below is marked with entrance and exit points, car parking facilities, local attractions and points of interest and places to stop for something to eat too. Pan and zoom around the map for more detail.
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Trail entrances and exits
The Trail starts where it crosses Highway 3 in Hubley 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 both Trailheads, at Jerry Lawrence Park, at 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, a Port-a-Potty at the car park at Redmond’s Plaza, and an EcoLoo at the Ingramport Interchange.
Jerry Lawrence Provincial Park
Head of St. Margaret’s Bay
Bay Lookout Park
Cleveland Beach Provincial Park