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Nepisiguit Mi'gmaq Trail

Centennial Park Trails

Return to Saint Andrews

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Deer in Centennial Park

Quick Facts

Difficulty wheelchair
Trail Type loop
Distance 300 meters
Estimated Time 10 minutes
Surface Type crushed rock
Elevation Change 2 meters
Features pond, exotic trees
Trail Markers none but easy to follow
Scenary Rating beautiful
Maintenance Rating well maintained
Cell Reception strong
Dog Friendly on a leash
Fees none
GPS File available on request

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Description

Enter Centennial Park through large iron gates. Explore the trails around a small pond and along trees and hedges that border the park. Within the park are beautifully mowed lawns interspersed with interesting plants, shrubs and exotic trees. The small park is across from the Saint Andrews Historic Block House. On our last visit there was a family of deer eating grass near the pond.

Directions

When you are entering Saint Andrews on Reed Street you will come to a junction next to the arena. At the junction turn right to go towards the town center. After 350 meters you will come to a T in the road. Turning left will take you to the town center. Turning right will take you to Centennial Park and the Saint Andrews Historic Blockhouse.

Trail Last Hiked: August 24, 2018.

Page Last Updated: February 17, 2019.


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