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Sherose Island Nature Trail

Sherose Island Rocks!

Location
Located In Municipality of the District Barrington
Where To Find Us
27 Park Lane
Sherose Island, NS
Areas Served Shelburne County
Contact
Social Media Facebook
Website www.barringtonmunicipality.com/Visiting-Us/trails
Contact Misty James, Recreation Director; Phone: 902-637-2015 ext 239; Email: mjames@barringtonmunicipality.com
Alternate Contact Joel d'Entremont, Physical Activity Coordinator, Barrington Municipal Recreation Department; Phone: 902-637-2015 ext 237; Email: jdentremont@barringtonmunicipality.com
Fax 902-637-2598
Description & Services
Information Located within the Barrington Recreation Complex. This trail houses The Sherose Island Rocks! Sherose Island Rocks is a kindness rock project. The purpose is to spread joy through painting rocks and placing them along the Sherose Island Nature Trail. 
This project is open to all citizens in the community. We encourage people to walk the trail and take pictures, and “take one rock leave one rock”. Please be mindful and only take one or two rocks. Please like the Facebook page “Sherose Island Rocks” and post the rocks that you find! 
 
 
 
 
 
The trail is roughly a 1 kilometer loop, and it is a a non motorized trail. You can park your car at the Sandy Wickens Memorial Arena parking lot. You will find the trail behind the arena. The trail has multiple benches , so you can sit down and relax while you are on the trail. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Special Information
Tags All Things Trails ; COVID - Mental Health ; COVID- Stay active Outdoors ; March Break ; NS Trail Guide ; Recreation Categories ; South Shore Connect ; Trails ; Walking
Categories - General Hiking Trails