Farmlands and Bubbling Springs trails are interconnected loops, each with their own unique features. Farmlands is mostly a wooded walk through a relatively immature softwood forest of white spruce and balsam fir. Along the trail you will notice an old road that once led to Charlottetown – one of the oldest roads on the Island. It’s an easy trail in the summer, suitable for walkers and cyclists. In the winter the trails are not groomed, so the trail is more suitable for boot hikers and snowshoes. Fat bikes can also tackle the trail but only after the trail has firmed up from snowshoe and boot traffic. Dogs are not permitted in the spring, summer and fall.