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Upcoming Events along HWY 337


Highland Lobster Supper                         June 17

Minitrail Community Center from 12 to 6 PM


Strawberry Tea                                          July 8

Minitrail Community Center  from 12 to 3 PM

$7.00 per serving


Darrell's Beach Party                               July 20

Minitrail Community Center   from 9 PM to 1AM       

Admission $25.00

Tickets available at Antigonish 5 to $1.00, CJFX 98.9, and Make Yer Own Wine and Beer


Job Opportunity

The Mini Trail Community Centre is hiring a part-time cleaner. Preference will be given to a resident of the area served by the MTCC (Hwy 337 and area). Please see the job description for complete details. Submit applications via email to Terry Penny at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by mail to MTCC, 4382 Hwy #337, Lakevale, B2G2L2. Deadline for submission of applications is Monday, May 28, 2018 at 4pm.

Reporting to a designated Board Member, the cleaner is required to clean the facility according to a weekly, monthly and yearly schedule and to clean the facility post-events.  

Subject to change, present facility usage requires the weekly cleaning to occur on Wednesday, The routine weekly cleaning may require 1-2 hours. It is estimated that monthly cleaning requirements may take 2-3 hours. Post event cleaning, taking between 1-3 hours, is to be done within 24 hours of an event.


lighthouse-logoWelcome to Mini-Trail Communities!

The Mini Trail is a portion of Route 337 that extends from Antigonish Landing along the shore of St. Georges Bay, then around Cape George Point to Malignant Cove where it intersects with Route 245. The Mini Trail winds along the edge of the ocean and provides spectacular views of the shoreline.

A drive along the Mini Trail takes you past Antigonish Landing with its wildlife sanctuary and walking trail, through Lanark with its green hills and modern dairy farms. Driving further, at Harbour Centre you can access the Fairmont hiking trail. Mahoney’s Beach and Jim town began as summer communities, but now many residents remain year round where they can enjoy the ocean in all its moods. Morristown, Lakevale, Cape George, Ballantynes Cove, and Livingstone’s Cove are all active fishing communities. The wharves at Cribbons Point, Ballantynes Cove, and Livingstone’s Cove are centers of activity in the spring and summer months. At Cape Georges Point, you can stop and visit the historic lighthouse. Morar, Georgeville, and Malignant Cove with their rugged scenery complete the route.