Nature Trails near Fenelon Falls, Ontario

Fenelon Falls is a village within the city of Kawartha Lakes.

Known as the “Jewel of the Kawarthas,” Fenelon Falls is located on the Trent-Severn Waterway and the pristine Cameron Lake. It has a population of 1,800 permanent residents, which swells in the summer due to tourism and cottagers.
The people are friendly, warm and welcoming – embracing family values and country roots. Nestled amongst natural surroundings, the “Jewel” sparkles with geographical beauty, offering waterfalls, waterways, the gorge, and all that nature has to offer.
Fenelon Falls is an inclusive and supportive community that addresses the social, recreational and spiritual needs of its residents, with a focus on healthy living and well-being. Residents of Fenelon Falls live, work and play in the community, while feeling safe and secure alongside their neighbours.

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Altberg Wildlife Sanctuary Nature Reserve

The largest nature reserve in Ontario Nature’s reserve system, the Altberg Wildlife Sanctuary Nature Reserve encompasses 470 hectares of central Ontario woodland and wetland. The reserve straddles the contact between the granitic rocks of the Canadian Shield and the...


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Cation Wildlife Preserve

The Cation Wildlife Reserve property is a wildlife hot spot. Bird enthusiasts have spotted several rare species on the property such as Golden-winged Warblers and Bald Eagles. Upland Sandpipers and Thrashers have also been seen here. Closer to the wetland in the...

Victoria Rail Trail

The Victoria Rail Trail is an 85-kilometer rail trail with corridors linking Kinmount to Bethany through Lindsay. This public trail is open year round for recreational uses including walking, hiking, cycling, fishing, horseback riding, dog sledding, snowshoeing,...