Keppoch Park

Keppoch Park is located at 136 Keppoch Road, this park is also accessible via Stratford Transit bus service on route Number 7 off Altavista Avenue. This park contains a soccer field and playground … [Read more...]

Kinlock Park

Kinlock Park is a multi use facility in the heart of Stratford with tennis courts, baseball field, soccer pitch and playground equipment for young children. Kinlock Park is accessible from 61 Bonvista … [Read more...]

Pondside Park

Pondside Park is located on the Stratford Road, in the heart of the core area of town. The park is an irregular shaped property comprising 11 acres of open and wooded areas bounded by residential … [Read more...]

Rankin Park

Rankin Park is a pretty little neighbourhood park accessible from civic number 34 Wren Drive. Stratford has many neighbourhood parks like Rankin Park which provide a pleasant change in venue for … [Read more...]

Reddin Park

Reddin Park can be accessed from Stratford Road, Beazely Avenue and Millenium Drive, this park provides playground equipment for young children, a walking trail which connects several neighbourhoods … [Read more...]

Robert L. Cotton Memorial Park

The Memorial Park is a tribute to Robert L. Cotton, a local businessman whose contributions toward rural beautification included the former Bunbury Nursery, Strathgartney Park, and similar areas at … [Read more...]

Robert L. Cotton Trail

This trail has been developed as a tribute to Robert L. Cotton, a local businessman whose contributions toward rural beautification included the gift of this park in addition to lands at Strathgartney … [Read more...]

Tea Hill Park

Tea Hill Park is a 15 acre property with public beach access on the Keppoch Road with a southern  view overlooking Northumberland Strait. Tea Hill Beach is known for wide open expanses of beach at low … [Read more...]

Trans Canada Trail

The Trans Canada Trail is being built in Stratford to connect the Hillsborough River Bridge with a trail completed through to Wood Islands.   The Trans Canada Trail is developed to a national standard … [Read more...]

Trans Canada Trail

TCTThe Trans Canada Trail is being built in Stratford to connect the Hillsborough River Bridge with a trail completed through to Wood Islands.   The Trans Canada Trail is developed to a national standard and has proven to be popular in all seasons.

Nationally, the Trans Canada Trail has embraced the daunting task of completing the coast to coast to coast route by 2017.   It is approximately 73% complete and they will need to support development of 1500 km annually to reach completion.   Fund-raising is doing remarkably well with individual, corporate and government participation.   The Prince Edward Island portion is small with about 30 km. remaining but work is progressing on target for completion by the end of 2016.

 

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