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Black Rock Trails

Black Rock Trails Society

Located In Black Rock (Kings Co.)
Where To Find Us
Trailhead: Behind Black Rock Culture & Recreation Center
4404 Black Rock Rd
Black Rock, NS B0P 1V0
Areas Served Kings County (NS)
Social Media Facebook
Phone 902-538-8714
Contact Irmgard Lipp, Chair
Description & Services
A unique collection of forest and shoreline trails located in the Eastern Annapolis Valley about 30 km north-west from the shire town of Kentville, Nova Scotia.  
The starting point is just behind the Black Rock Community Centre located on 4404 Black Rock Road. There are 5 loops from 0.5 km to 12 km. 
Highway 101 serves the Annapolis Valley, linking Halifax to the Valley and south-west Nova Scotia. To access the trail system, take exit 14 (travelling from Halifax), or exit 15 (travelling from Digby). Follow Hwy 1 west (from #14) or east(from #15) and look for the signs for Black Rock. Follow Black Rock Road about 15 km to the trail head. 
Dates All Year.
Meetings Some trail events & guided hikes throughout the year, check on facebook: Black Rock Trail Society
Special Information
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