Nature Trails near Baltimore, Ontario

Welcome to Baltimore!

Baltimore is a village in the Township of Hamilton, Northumberland County.

The Township of Hamilton is a beautiful municipality with hills and dales, rural charm, historic settlements, vibrant hamlets, scenic views and two sparkling lakes.
Built on the Oak Ridges Moraine, you are able to enjoy walking, skiing, biking, snowmobiling and horseback riding along various trails. If fishing is your sport, Rice Lake is the dream place to be. For quiet relaxation, take a boat cruise. There are resorts, bed and breakfast establishments, restaurants and shopping available to meet all of your needs.

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

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Ball’s Mills Conservation Area

Ball’s Mill Conservation Area is located north of Cobourg in Hamilton Township and consists of 38.1 acres (15.7 ha). The land was acquired on November 6, 1974 and offers both woodland trails and a pond – great for exploring and spotting wildlife. You can walk,...

Lime Kiln Trail

Lime Kiln Trail This .5 km trail passes by farmers’ fields on its way through a grapevine and cedar-lined forest. A lime kiln operated on this trail in the 1800s. Accessible from Cty Rd 45 about 6km north of Hwy 401 in the village of Baltimore. Turn right on...

Northumberland Forest – Woodland Trails

Northumberland Forest – Woodland Trails Thinking of going for an outdoor walk? There are over 45 km of hiking trails in the Northumberland Forest (located approx. 15 km north of Cobourg/exit 474 from hwy 401) including the eastern connection of the Oak Ridges Hiking...

Russ’ Creek Trail

Hike Russ’ Creek Trail 5km south through an area of natural and scientific interest which was a farming community in the mid 1800s now home to a remnant tallgrass prairie ecosystem containing provincially rare wildflowers, shrubs, trees and grasses as well as...