MacElmon's Pond Provincial Park

MacElmon Pond Provincial Park TrailMacElmon's Pond Provincial Park in Debert is a small picnic park adjacent to a pond and wildlife sanctuary. The trail is generally flat and passes through a red pine plantation, a black spruce swamp, an old field, and along the pond. This is a good area to view resident and migratory waterfowl.

Type:   Loop
Length:   1.5 km
Surface:   Dirt path, boardwalk
Rating:   Easy
Marking:   Follow obvious path
Permitted Use:   Walking
Access:   Highway 104, Exit 13 and south onto MacElmons Road; or Route 2 in Lower Onslow and north onto MacElmons Road. Continue 1 km to park entrance. Trail starts at edge of forest at picnic area.



This trail is maintained by the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources 902-662-3030. 

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