Greenwing Legacy Interpretive Trails

Located at the Shubenacadie Wildlife Park, the Greenwing Legacy Interpretive Centre features wetlands and nature trails with interpretive signage and observation areas. The Greenwing Legacy Interpretive Centre and Trails were created through a partnership of Ducks Unlimited Canada and the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources.

Wetland Interpretive TrailWetland Interpretive Trail

This is a 1-km wheelchair accessible trail through demonstration wetlands. Learn about the value and function of various types of wetlands, and explore them first hand.

Type: Loop
Length: 1 km
Surface: Crushed gravel, boardwalk and wooden bridges
Rating: Easy; wheelchair accessible
Marking: Follow obvious trail and signs
Permitted Use: Walking, wheelchair accessible
Access:

Off Highway 2, just north of Shubenacadie. Turn onto Creighton Road and follow signs to Wildlife Park andGreenwing Legacy Interpretive Centre at end of road.

Information: 

Greenwing Legacy Interpretive Centre 902-758-7094

St. Andrews Marsh Trail

A woodland walking trail to a viewing station among mature helmock and white pine trees beside the St. Andrew's Marsh.

Type: Linear
Length: 3 km return
Surface: Crushed gravel, wooden bridge
Rating: Easy
Marking: Follow obvious trail
Permitted Use: Walking
Access:

Off Highway 2, just north of Shubenacadie. Turn onto Creighton Road and follow signs to the picnic area of the Wildlife Park. The trailhead is at the top of the hill.

Information: 

Greenwing Legacy Interpretive Centre 902-758-7094