McIntosh Run Watershed Association

McIntosh Run Watershed Association

Enhancing ecological integrity and public access

Recent Posts

Now Hiring 2020 Trail Crew

Now Hiring 2020 Trail Crew

The McIntosh Run Watershed Association (MRWA) is hiring 3-4 energetic people to form a Trail Crew to build singletrack trails between Spryfield and Herring Cove, Nova Scotia. The trails form part of the approved network of recreational trails on NS Crown Land and Halifax Park […]

McIntosh Run Trails are Open!

McIntosh Run Trails are Open!

The McIntosh Run Trails are once again open for use. Please respect NS Public Health Directives and:

Stick to your local area

Spend time only with those you live with

Stay a safe distance (2m) from others

Use common sense – if the trails are busy find another or stay home.

Please note that MRWA volunteers are completing maintenance work on some of the trails. Please don’t squeeze by. WALK through the work zone. Let’s work together and help keep everyone safe!

Trails are CLOSED as of noon, 22 March.

Under today’s Declaration of a State of Emergency, all provincial and municipal parks and beaches in Nova Scotia are closed to all. All McIntosh Run trailheads and entrance trails are on municipal parkland. Until further direction, all McIntosh Run trails are closed.

Singletrack use during Covid-19 crisis. 20 March.

22 March update: The province has closed all Provincial Parks and trails. We are seeking clarification on what this means for the McIntosh Run trails, which are on HRM Park and provincial Crown land. To our trail user community: We know many of you are […]