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Roosevelt Cottage Multi-Use Trail

Roosevelt Campobello International Park

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Quick Facts

Difficulty easy
Trail Type linear
Distance 1.2 km
Estimated Time 30 minutes one-way
Surface Type crushed rock
Elevation Change 19 metres
Features Friar's Head access
Trail Markers signs
Scenery Rating recreational
Maintenance Rating well maintained
Cell Reception medium
Dog Friendly on a leash
Fees none

Description

The Roosevelt Cottage Multi-Use Trail is a wide crushed rock trail that starts near Roosevelt Cottage. It is great for biking or walking. The trail meanders through forests, fields, and old overgrown fields. It goes through a small stream valley and crosses a bridge but is otherwise flat. The trail crosses the road to the Friar's Head Lookout and continues through a field. After going through a patch of woods it comes out to Narrows Road near the highway. Narrows Road takes you down to the Mulholland Point Lighthouse.

Roosevelt Multi Use Trail

The trail makes a great loop with the Friar's Bay Beach Walk. Loop around the Friar's Head Trail and check out the lookout platform to extend the loop. The Multi-Use Trail can also be used to make a loop of the park. To find details on looping the park check out the Duck Pond Multi-Use Trail page.

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Directions

The best way to access this trail is from the main parking lot at the Roosevelt Campobello International Park Visitor Centre. The trail is off the end of the parking lot. Look for the yellow gates at the start of the trail. You can access the other end of the trail from the section of Narrows Road that runs parallel to the highway. You can also access the trail where it crosses the road out to Friar's Head Lookout. The wide, crushed rock trail is easy to find.

Start of the Roosevelt Multi-Use Trail

Trail Last Hiked: February 19, 2023.

Page Last Updated: February 3, 2023.