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Port Clyde Trail

Located In Municipality of the District Barrington
Where To Find Us
Coordinates: 43.5938460, -65.4748140
Areas Served Municipality of the District Barrington ; Shelburne County
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Contact Anita Hopkins, President, Wooldand Multi Use Trails Association; Phone: 902-656-2793
Alternate Contact Sherm Embree, Treasurer, Woodland Multiuse Trails Association; Phone: 902-656-2793; Email:
Description & Services
Trail Rating Easy for walkers and OHV users. Hybrid bicycle tires required for cyclist.
Information The Port Clyde Trail can be entered at Lyles Road off Highway 309. There is ample parking and the trail is 5.9km in length. The first 1.2km of this trail is also used as a gravel pit access road with the multi-use trail starting at this point with no highway vehicle access. This has limited parking if users wish to access the trail at this 1.2 km point. The other end of this trail is at kilometer 64 on Highway 103, near Clements Pond, where there is limited parking. 
Accessibility Not Wheelchair Accessible
Special Information
Tags Active Transportation ; Bicycle ; COVID - Mental Health ; Hiking ; March Break ; Off-Highway Vehicles ; Outdoor Recreation ; Recreation Categories ; South Shore Connect ; Trails