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Rothesay Trails (Bicentennial Park)

Quick Facts

Ratings Legend

Difficulty Easy Features Forest, Pond
Trail Type Loop Trail Markers None but easy to follow
Distance 1.48 km Scenery Rating Special Features
Estimated Time 30 mins Mainteance Rating Well Maintained
Trail Surface Type Wood Chips, Crushed Rock Cell Phone Reception Strong
Elevation Change 16 meters GPS file Available on request
Fees required: No Dog Friendly On a Leash


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Directions

On highway 1 traveling from Saint John to Rothesay take exit 137. Shortly after merging onto St. Martins Road you will see a ballfield on the right. Turn into the parking lot for the ballfield. The trail starts at the back of the parking lot.


Description

The Rothesay Trails are a short loop of trails in a small patch of woods near the highway. The trail behind the ballfield travels through an older Jack Pine Plantation. The back of the loop acccesses Carpenter Pond. A small pond edged by cattails. There is also a beaver hut in the pond. The trail is relatively flat and makes a great place to take a walk.


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External Links

Bicentennial Park - Rothesay Trail Map


Trail last visited May 31, 2016.
Page Last Updated June 5, 2016.

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