Nature Trails near Cayuga, Ontario

Cayuga is located on the banks of the Grand River between Caledonia and Dunnville. The Village of Cayuga offers affordable housing, good schools, many churches, excellent shopping services and other amenities that are drawing people to the community as permanent residents.
While visiting Cayuga, be sure to enjoy a picnic in the pavilion next to the river or take a relaxing stroll through the many parks along the river’s edge. Boating and other water sports draw visitors to this area year after year. Boaters can launch from the public boat ramp on the river located right beside the bridge. While you’re here, stop in and journey back in time at the Haldimand County Museum & Archives. Those interested in genealogical research will find this centre very useful and informative.

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

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Cayuga Grand Vista

Cayuga Grand Vista The Cayuga Grand Vista is a looped route that has parking at the Courthouse, 55 Munsee St. in Cayuga. Users can walk down the off-road route to the bridge and take in the beautiful views of the Grand River. The loop continues over the bridge to a...


Hedley Forest Conservation Area is a diverse 17 hectare (43 acre) deciduous and coniferous forest. The red, silver and sugar maples, white and red oak and white ash provide a sheltered habitat for local wildlife including songbirds and white tailed deer. The NPCA...


Ruigrok Tract protects a large tract of interior forest acquired in 1963 and located in the town of Dunnville. It is home to a diversity of tree species including, white ash, white oak, red oak, swamp oak, and hard maple. This site is a wildlife and forest management...

Ruthven Park National Historic Site

5 walking trails make discovering nature at Ruthven Park National Historic Site fun and easily accessible. Each trail offers a unique opportunity to view the scenery and get an insight of the flora and fauna found on the property. And situated in a rural landscape,...


The 136-hectare Taquanyah Conservation Area has a network of trails through forests and near wetlands and the coldwater Mill Creek. There are interpretive signs along the trail to help you understand more about the property. It is in the Carolinian zone, which means...