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Come and see the newest addition to the trails system in Queens County, the Anniversary Trail! Join Mayor Clarke and Council on Saturday, April 2 at 1 p.m. for a walk along this trail, explore the new walkways, take in the scenery and enjoy the fresh air and sunshine. The Anniversary Trail connects the Bristol Ave. end of the Trestle Trail in Liverpool to Pine Grove Park in Milton along a scenic walk through a beautiful section of woodland and along the Mersey River. The public are invited to gather at the Bristol Avenue entrance to the Trestle Trail, and walk as a group to the new section of trail then along the Anniversary Trail to Pine Grove Park, and back.


“Bring along your family, a group of friends, or come on your own and make new friends on the walk. We’d love to show off the new trail to as many folks as possible, and hope you can join us!” said Christopher Clarke, Mayor of the Region of Queens Municipality. Clarke noted that the Anniversary Trail has been a vision of Council ever since the forming of the Region of Queens Municipality in 1996, and now, as the Region enters the 20th anniversary of Amalgamation, the Anniversary Trail is open.

The Anniversary Trail is approximately half a kilometer long, from where it branches off from The Trestle Trail to its conclusion as it enters Pine Grove Park.

Light refreshments will be available on the trail. In the event of inclement weather, announcements will be posted on the Region of Queens Website and on their Facebook page advising of the move to the rain date of Sunday, April 3 at 1 pm.