Dieppe Linear Park Trans Canada Trail Portion

Dieppe, New Brunswick

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The Trans Canada Trail is a multi-use trail that will span the country some day. New Brunswick is one of the leaders in the trail’s construction. Here in the Greater Moncton area, the trail runs along the Petitcodiac River through Dieppe, Moncton, and Riverview. Eventually the Dieppe portion will hook up with sections in Memramcook, Dorchester, and Sackville. A long section of the trail between Sackville and Port Elgin has already been built. The City of Dieppe recently improved its section of the trail by installing bike racks, benches, portable toilets, and picnic areas. Numerous interpretive panels have turned the trail into an outdoor museum. In the fall of 2002, the trail was extended to Fox Creek.
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by Kate Merlin (Goose Lane Editions)

The Trans Canada Trail is a multi-use trail that will span the country some day. New Brunswick is one of the leaders in the trail’s construction. Here in the Greater Moncton area, the trail runs along the Petitcodiac River through Dieppe, Moncton, and Riverview. Eventually the Dieppe portion will hook up with sections in Memramcook, Dorchester, and Sackville.

A long section of the trail between Sackville and Port Elgin has already been built. The City of Dieppe recently improved its section of the trail by installing bike racks, benches, portable toilets, and picnic areas. Numerous interpretive panels have turned the trail into an outdoor museum. In the fall of 2002, the trail was extended to Fox Creek.

©  Kate Merlin/Goose Lane Editions. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Dieppe
Distance: 4.5
Trail Type: Shuttle
Duration: 2 hours
Season: Best spring through fall
Accessibility: Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Driving Directions: Directions to Dieppe Linear Park: Trans Canada Trail Portion

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May 2018