Stan O’Brien Interpretive Trail
We’re a Big Stan of This Trail
Go for an easy walk through a variety of natural ecosystems at Stan O’Brien Interpretive Trail. Explore the Goose Creek Marsh wetlands and the dykelands that the Acadian settlers called home in the late 1800s. There are many species of birds who call the area home, and you can learn about them all on the Trail.
Location: Roberts Island (Goose Creek Marsh). From Yarmouth take Hwy. 103 to Exit 32A, turn R onto Hwy. 3. After 0.8 kilometres, turn L onto Robert’s Island Road, after 0.8 kilometres turn R to parking.
Starting Point: Entrance at the parking
Distance: 1.5 kilometres
Time: 20 minutes
Description: Linear and loop
Attractions: Forest and wetland