We have been involved in the development of a multi-use, active transportation trail system along the shores of the Sackville Rivers. Our ultimate goal is the development of a Conservation Corridor running the length of the Sackville River.
SRA has been instrumental in the development of:
The Bedford-Sackville Connector Greenway - a multi-use 2.5 km Active Transportation trail along the Sackville River. It connects the communities of Bedford and Sackville allowing users to:
View rock sills and digger logs that we have installed to promote fish habitat restoration
View, enjoy, photograph flora and fauna
Cycle, hike, cross-country ski, dog-walk
Read Interpretive posters
Additional information on the BSCG can be found here.
The Sackville Greenway - a multi-use trail along the Little Sackville River. The trail follows the Little Sackville River between the corner of Sackville and Riverside Drives to Glendale Drive near Beaverbank Rd. Ultimately, the Sackville Greenway will run from Fultz House to Feely Lake.
A multi-year Development Plan offers a vision and development strategy for the Sackville Greenway.
The full text of consultant reports related to the development plan are available below.
We have been monitoring trail use on the BSCG since 2013 using automated counters. The figures below show that the trail has been, and continues to be, extremely popular with the public.