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Bull Run Trail


Located In Lunenburg County
Where To Find Us
Coordinates: 44.3037000, -64.5618780
Areas Served Lunenburg County ; Queens County (NS)
Contact Rayburn Whynot, Chair; Email:
Alternate Contact Dawn Tanner, Secretary/Treasurer; Phone: (Residence) 902-543-9572; Email:
Description & Services
The Bull Run Trail Association is a volunteer organization that maintains the trail surface and signage and deals with disturbances on the Bull Run Trail
This 23 km long rail-trail boasts one of the only covered trail bridges in Nova Scotia. Lots of scenic picture opportunities there!  
The trail connects a number of communities including Bridgewater, Wileville, Hebbville, Hebb’s Cross, Italy Cross and Middlewood.  
It travels by a number of local subdivisions as well as along farmers fields, lakes, marshes and woodlands.  
This provides a great opportunity to stop and enjoy some lovely scenery with benches and picnic table provided along the route. 
Click here for more information on the Bull Run Trail.
Eligibility Ages: 16 year(s) and up
Meetings We met the last Tuesday of each month at the Days Inn in Bridgewater.
Special Information
Tags NS Trail Guide ; Recreation Categories ; South Shore Connect ; Volunteer Community Trail Groups ; Volunteer Opportunity
Categories - General Hiking ; Trail Development Advocacy Groups and Organizations