Trails reopen June 5, 2023 Nova Scotia Ban on Activity in Woods Ends

TRAILS REOPEN The NS Government has ended the ban on travel in wooded areas including all trails in Nova Scotia effective midnight tonight.  Trails maintained by the Tatamagouche Area Trails Association will REOPEN effective June 5, 2023.  Fires are not permitted. Thank you for your cooperation!  Happy trails!! Province Announces Restrictions During Wildfires Natural Resources […]

Annual General Meeting, April 4, 2023 @ 6:30PM

Tatamagouche Area Trails Association (TATA) Annual General Meeting April 4, 2023, 6:30pm Tatamagouche Public Library, Meeting Room   Consider joining us and becoming a member! Are you a person who loves the outdoors?  Do you enjoy walking, running, biking, bird-watching, horse-back riding, exploring the Butter Trail through the Village of Tatamagouche or continuing on east […]

Butter Trail Re-opened January 5, 2023

French River Bridge Repairs

The repairs to the French River Bridge wash-out are complete and the Tatamagouche Area Trails Association is pleased to announce the Butter Trail is now open to all users. All barricades have been removed and users are advised of the temporary railings in place. Permanent railings will be installed in the spring as well as […]


TRAIL CONSTRUCTION ALERT!! Trail improvements are taking place this week on the eastern section of the trail, starting Tuesday July 12th. The trail is being graded and potholes being filled in between Jim Sutherland Road and Wally Mingo Road.  Please travel safely as you pass through this area, and yield to equipment!!  Bicycles in particular should […]

Trail Gates

Trail Gates Trail users are advised we are encountering unauthorized closing of the red gates on the trail.  This has happened on several occasions on parts of the trial, and Sunday morning, June 19th, all gates across 26km were closed.  These gates should be left open, and closed only by authority of DNR in the […]

Trail Care Grant

Great news! Our Trail is excited to announce that we received a #TrailCare grant from #TransCanadaTrail! #ThankYouTCT #funding #impact #socialgood. Stay tuned for a #SpringClean-up event for our community volunteers in early June.