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Scotch Lake Road Trail

Mactaquac Provincial Park


Scotch Lake Road Trail at Mactaquac Provincial Park Gallery


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Quick Facts

Difficulty easy
Trail Type loop
Distance 1.7 km
Estimated Time 45 minutes
Surface Type forested
Elevation Change 25 metres
Features forest
Trail Markers green square with white stripe
Scenery Rating recreational
Maintenance Rating well maintained
Cell Reception medium
Dog Friendly on a leash
Fees none


For directions to the park go to the Mactaquac Provincial Park page.

This trail can be accessed from about mid-way around the Little Mactaquac Trail, where it comes to Little Mactaquac Stream.

The other end of the trail comes out on the Scotch Lake Road. To get to the Scotch Lake Road take route 615 next to the gas station near the marina. Drive for 2.5 kilometres and then turn left onto the Scotch Lake Road. Drive for 1.8 kilometres and look for the entrance to the trail on the left.

The end of the Scotch Lake Road Trail in Mactaquac Provincial Park


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The Scotch Lake Road Trail is an extension of the Little Mactaquac Trail. It starts by crossing the Little Mactaquac Stream. Just across the stream and on a small side trail is a shelter next to the stream. The trail then climbs away from the stream and forms a large loop that travels through a mainly softwood forest. The back of the loop goes through a wet cedar stand. A side trail takes you out to the Scotch Lake Road.

A softwood stand on the Scotch Lake Road Trail at Mactaquac Provincial Park

Trail Last Hiked: October 11, 2010.

Page Last Updated: February 27, 2023.