|Trail Type||Linear||Trail Markers||Yellow Circles|
|Distance||7.40 km||Scenery Rating||Beautiful|
|Estimated Time||2 hrs 30 mins one way||Mainteance Rating||Well maintained|
|Trail Surface Type||Forested||Cell Phone Reception||None|
|Elevation Change||58 meters||GPS file||Available on request|
|Dog Friendly||On a Leash||Fees Required||Yes|
For directions to the park go to the Fundy National Park Park page.
From the north entrance travel 7 km on route 114 and you will find the entrance to the parking lot at Bennett Lake on your left. Park in the parking lot. The trail leaves the parking lot from the back, right corner of the parking lot.
To access the other end of the trail travel for another 4.7 km and turn left onto Laverty Road. Travel on Laverty Road for 4.3 km and you will find a small road on the left. Follow this road to a small parking lot next to Laverty Lake. The trail starts next the parking lot near the lake.
From the visitor center near the east entrance climb the hill on route 114. Continue for 7.3 km and you will find the Laverty road on the right. Travel on Laverty Road for 4.3 km and you will find a small road on the left. Follow this road to a small parking lot next to Laverty Lake. The trail starts next the parking lot near the lake.
To accesss the other end of the trail continue on route 114 for another 4.7 km and find the entrance to the parking lot on Bennett Lake on the right. Park in the parking lot. The trail leaves the parking lot from the back, right corner of the parking lot.
The Tracey Lake Trail heads deep into the woods in Fundy Park. It starts at Bennett Lake and travels through the woods until it comes to a campsite on Tracey Lake. The trail then follows along Tracey Lake until it come to clearing and two more campsites at the end of the lake. At this point there is a side trail that goes over a small hill to a much smaller lake called Bruin Lake. Continue along Tracey Lake and soon the trail is going through the woods again.
The trail crosses small streams and wet areas. The trail is surrounded by bogs, which makes it a great place to potentially see a moose. The trail comes out to Laverty Lake. At the other end of Laverty Lake you will find the red park chairs and a small parking lot off of Laverty Road.
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Trail last visited December 30, 2017.
Page Last Updated January 7, 2018.