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Herring Cove Access Trail

Herring Cove Provincial Park


Store Fundy West


Quick Facts

Difficulty easy
Trail Type linear
Distance 400 metres
Estimated Time 15 mins return
Surface Type gravel road
Elevation Change 5 metres
Features beach access
Trail Markers purple squares
Scenery Rating special features
Maintenance Rating well maintained
Cell Reception medium
Dog Friendly on a leash
Fees none


Enter the campground from Herring Cove Road and drive 200 meters. You will see the sign and the trail on the left.

To access the other end of the trail continue past the campground on Herring Cove Road. After 400 meters you will come to a parking lot at the end of the road. Park here and walk along the grass on the right along the front of the smaller campground. There is a small road that cuts up through the center of the campground. Follow this road and you will find the trail enter the woods near the top (farthest away from the shore) of the campground.


This trails is a short walk throug a beautifuli spruce forest. Stop and have a teddy bear's picnic at a picnic table marked by a blue teddy bear sign. From the main campground this trail accesss the smaller campground near the shore, Herring Cove Beach and the start of the Rock of Gibraltar Trail.

After the pond the trail climbs a hill to where it comes out behind the Fireside Restaurant.

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Trail Last Hiked: June 3, 2017.

Page Last Updated: December 19, 2017.