The Old Lawrencetown Road Trail has been developed by the Lawrencetown Cole Harbour Trail Association into a “connector trail” between the Sunset Acres subdivision in Cole Harbour, and the Ross Road area in Lawrencetown. It’s a gravel straight-line trail that is about 2 km long, making for a 4-km round trip. There are plenty of fresh-water sources along the trail (streams, brooks and ponds). There is a garbage can located at the Cole Harbour end (at the end of the dead-end street in the Sunset Acres Subdivision, aptly named Old Lawrencetown Road). It’s a lovely place for an evening stroll.
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How to Get There
You can access the Old Lawrencetown Road Trail at a number of different places:
- At the end of Old Lawrencetown Road, a dead-end road in the Sunset Acres Subdivision in Cole Harbour;
- At the end of Ritcey Crescent in Cole Harbour;
- At the end of Old Miller Road and Lawlor Crescent in Cole Harbour; and
- Near the intersection of Cole Harbour Road and Ross Road in Lawrencetown.
Although there are no parking lots per se, there is on-street parking at these access points.
For directions, check out the map.