Nature Trails near Almonte, Ontario

Almonte a community in the Municipality of Mississippi Mills, Ontario, WELCOMES YOU!.

Like the river, a strong current of community runs through the town, villages, hamlets and rural areas of the Municipality of Mississippi Mills. A diverse community of rural and small town interests covering over 500 square kilometres of land within Lanark County just west of the City of Ottawa.
Mississippi Mills is an outstanding urban and rural community that is recognized for its natural and architectural beauty, high quality of life and respect for its heritage and environment. In its vision of the future, the community will be seen to promote and manage balanced economic growth.
Come and experience history, maple syrup, skiing, theatre, hiking, art, antiques, museums, bridges, festivals, golf, shopping, waterfalls, harvest, markets, puppets, music, canoeing, snow tubing, food, murals, fishing, B&B's, mills, cycling, and friendly, interesting and unique people.
Created as a result of municipal amalgamations in January 1998, the Town of Mississippi Mills is made up of the former Townships of Ramsay and Pakenham and the Town of Almonte.

Some of Ontario's best hiking trails and nature trails are near Almonte.

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Almonte Lagoon Trails

Take advantage of the wide variety of habitats for a tremendous number of bird species throughout Lanark County – from wide, open spaces to forested areas and wetlands and the edge habitats in between. The Almonte Lagoon and Nature trail, across from Auld Kirk...

Almonte River Walk

Almonte River Walk Beginning at the Almonte Old Town Hall, follow a winding path through town with information boards to guide your journey along the Mississippi. Along the Riverwalk are stunning views of the falls, historic woolen mills revamped into condos, and a...

Bell Bushlot Nature Reserve

Bell Bushlot Nature Reserve Explore 7.6 km of Land Trust property (Nature Conservancy of Canada) in Mississippi Mills. This is one of many properties owned and managed by the Nature Conservancy of Canada. Hikers are asked to please stick to the trails, that all dogs...

Blakeney Trail

Blakeney Trail has a beautiful and magical feeling. Lots of mossy trunked trees. There are a few nice foot bridges. Also a nice sunny lookout from the rocks over the rapids. In Almonte, turn right on Martin Street (at stop lights) and drive to Blakeney. Turn left in...

Kate’s Lake Trail

Kate’s Lake Trail This 1-km trail near Tatlock is on an unmaintained roadway on Crown land. It takes you on an easy walk through pine forests on what was an old pioneer track. It is too treacherous to drive without an ATV. Access the trail from Darling...
Mill of Kintail Conservation Area

Mill of Kintail Conservation Area

Mill of Kintail Conservation Area Get your blood flowing with a jog along the fitness path, or overcome fatigue with some hiking through the extensive Area trails. Trails are open year round, in all weather, 7 days a week from dawn to dusk. Forest Hike Trail: 2.9 km...

Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail – Lanark County Section

Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail is a 300 km long corridor running between Sturgess Road in Montague and Mattawa.  The Lanark County section is 61km (from Sturgess Rd to the 417 at Arnprior). As a transportation route, in Lanark County, the OVRT is a one-size-fits-all...

Webber Woods of Wolf Grove Trails

Webber Woods of Wolf Grove Trails There are two main trails (2.3 km) on this Nature Conservancy of Canada property west of Almonte at the end of Ramsay Concession Road 4B. Offshoots lead to private land. Part of the ecologically significant Wolf Grove Wetland Complex,...