User Group Members
A trail user group is an organization oriented towards the use of trails in a specific manner (e.g., cycling, cross country skiing, etc.). To become a NS Trails member, a trail user group must be incorporated under the Societies Act of Nova Scotia, apply to NS Trails and be recognized by the NS Trails Board of Directors.
Associate members are trail stakeholders who don’t fall into any other membership categories (i.e. government organizations and other organizations who have an interest in trails in the province). To become a NS Trails member, an associate member must apply to NS Trails and be recognized by the NS Trails Board of Directors.
Orangedale Improvement Association
Central Cape Breton Community Ventures Inc.
Driftclimbers Snowmobile Club
Johnston Community Development
Community Trail Group Members
A community trail group is an organization of community-based residents who represent the interests of trail users in their respective area. To become a NS Trails member, a community trail group must be incorporated under the Societies Act of Nova Scotia, apply to NS Trails and be recognized by the NS Trails Board of Directors.
Cape Breton Region
Coastal Connections Trail Association
Conseil Economique de Cheticamp
Development Isle Madame
Inverness County Trails Federation
Judique Flyer Trail Association
Lake Ainslie Development Association
Whycocomagh Development Commission
Baille Ard Recreation Association
East Bay Area Community Council
Gull Cove Trail Society
Chain of Lakes Trail Association
The Common Link Association
Porters Lake & Myra Road Wilderness Association
Bell Park Development Committee
Cumberland Trails Association
Kenomee Trail Society
Tatamagouche Area Trails Association
Nine Mile River Trails Association
Wentworth Trails Association
Brier Island Trail Society