Development of an Active Living Trail
from Water Street to Katy’s Cove

Saint Andrews Van Horne Trail


UPDATE: October 14, 2016 - Saint Andrews, N.B. – Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency

Upgrades Announced for Van Horne Trail in Saint Andrews
Government of Canada Supports Accessible Trail







UPDATE: July 7, 2016

The newest section of the Van Horne Trail was officially opened on Canada Day and the paved trail is now more than two km long. The trail follows the old railway track from Langmaid Park to the far end of the causeway by Katy's Cove.

The 8ft wide active living (non-motorized) trail opened in 2014. It is easily accessible for not only walkers, but those in wheelchairs or pushing strollers, as well as cyclists.



The ribbon cutting took place on Canada Day by the president of the New Brunswick Trail Council Jim Faurnier, St. Andrews kiwanis Club president Guy Groulx, New Brunswick Southwest MP Karen Ludwig, Chamcook resident Mike Fitzgerald and Mayor Doug Naish.



Make a personal contribution by adopting a meter!

Support the Saint Andrews Van Horne Trail by adopting a meter and have your name or the name of a loved one engraved on the Prosperity Monument.




For more information contact:

The Kiwanis Club
of St. Andrews

550 Water Street, NB E5B 2R6
Tel 506 529 3439