Indian Path Common has three recreational hiking trails.
The main trail is identified with green markers and is 2 km, one way
The loop trail is identified with yellow markers and is 1.5 km.
The marsh trail is identified with blue markers and is 1 km. This trail was extended in 2016 which is not show on the map below. It meets up with the Green trail near the other end of the yellow trail.
These trails are intended for hiking only and the terrain is considered moderately challenging. The trails are not wheelchair accessible or suitable for bikes. Leash your pet. Hunting, trapping and overnight camping are prohibited in all Municipal parks and green spaces.
Parking lot available at trail head.
Indian Path Common offers a stunning variety of plant life. On your hike through the forest, you will be surrounded by an abundance of wildflowers, ferns and trees. While on the trails, try to spot a Giant Black Slug (arionater) which grows up to 4 inches long! There are also two great look-offs which give you a view of the LaHave River. Indian Path Common is also home to a large number of animals. If you tread carefully, you may catch a glimpse of wildlife in their natural habitat.
A word of caution: The Common shares a boundary with the Rod and Gun Club. Be careful not to leave the trails.
Leash your pet. Hunting, trapping and overnight camping is prohibited in all Municipal parks and green spaces.