Annapolis County Trails boasts some really great walking-hiking trails and they are still opening more.
One of their first trails opened the Delaps Cove Wilderness Trail takes you around an old abandon village where you will see and read about the history. Then out to the shores of the Bay of Fundy to take in the highest tides in the world.
The newest trail the Old Mill Trail is fully wheelchair accessible and follows along the beautiful Annapolis River.
They have woodland trails, marsh trails, trails around water and of course history themed trails.
As you travel around these trails do not be surprised at the amount of people who will say hi to on the trail. Many of the local residents use these trails daily and they are all a very friendly bunch.
I have comprised a list of the Trails in Annapolis County that I have found. You will find this list below.
Some of these will have a link to a page with more information about that particular trail.
I bet you know of other walking-hiking trails in Annapolis County! Or maybe you have hiked on the ones I mentioned and can add more information about it! We'd love to hear your comments about these trails - good or bad.
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Many of the towns and villages in Annapolis County offer self guided walking tours where you may observe and learn about many of the historic houses, buildings and other historical sites.
These walking tours are great as you can do them at your own pace and lots of information is provided to let you know what you are viewing.
The information comes either from pamphlets and maps you can pick up at the tourist information centers, or by interpretive signage along the routes.
Here are the residential and historical trails of the Annapolis County Trails System.
This was a list of the Annapolis County Trails for walking and hiking. If you still would like to find more trails in the Annapolis Valley area make sure to visit the pages with the Kings County Trails or the Digby County Trails.
One where the scenery took your breath away!
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Click on the links below to read what other people have written about their experiences on Kings County Hiking Trails.
New Walk in Annapolis Royal
I want to mention about a new short walking trail in Annapolis Royal which is great for a short walk. There is a small parking lot behind the Fire Hall …
The Mickey Hill Pocket Wilderness Trail Not rated yet
This little trail has some nice little gems to talk about. In the very first part of the trail is a suspension bridge which most kids like to swing …
A Strange Encounter Not rated yet
This happened one beautiful late spring or early summer day. I was taking my daily sabbatical (walk-about) around one of the many walking trails throughout …
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During “Cherry Sunday" in Bear River you could buy the fruit off a cherry tree from a local farmer for between fifty cents to three dollars. Once bought, you would bring the family to spend a day, or weekend completely picking the tree clean of the fruit.
The first white settlers to the Port George area were the Gates family, the same ones known in the area for their doctor’s home remedies. Their popular Gates Invigorating Syrup was supposed to cure everything.
In 1838 the Western Stage coach Company was formed to operate four-horse drawn coaches from Halifax to Annapolis Royal three times a week during the summer and two or three times a week during the winter.
The strong current of the Bay of Fundy stirs up lots of plankton as it travels back and forth. This plankton attracts plenty of herring and mackerel which in turn attract many species of whales to area.