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Melville Trails

Melville Trails
Cycling TrailsFull Wheelchair AccessHiking TrailsModern Washrooms


The city of Melville is home to two major trails - the Saskatchewan Centennial Walking Trail and the Trans-Canada Trail - open to cyclists, walkers, hikers, joggers and in-line skaters year-round.

The Centennial Walking Trail starts at the city's W end beside the Melville Regional Park Golf Course, Country Club and Curling Club. It then travels E toward the Tourism Information Centre (where you will find washrooms and picnic sites), around the Melville Regional Park and S across a creek ...
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Tourism Melville

Tel: (306) 728-3722

City amenities include: restaurants, accommodations, campground, groceries, service stations, shopping, parks, playgrounds, museums, horseshoe pits, picnic sites, skateboard park, skating and curling rinks, 18 hole golf course, baseball diamonds, swimming pool, tennis courts.

Length: Unknown
Difficulty: Beginner
Surface: Paved
Trailhead GPS: Centennial Walking Trail: 50.9414N, -102.8191W

In-line skating

Urban / Suburban
Full wheelchair access
Parking at trailhead
Modern washroom
Picnic area
Self-guided nature trail

Information in this listing is subject to change at any time. Please contact the operator to verify that information is accurate.
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