Nature Trails near Fort Erie, Ontario

Offering a rare combination of small town values, a dynamic work environment and easy access to big city amenities and culture, Fort Erie provides a quality of life unequalled in the province. No wonder so many people are making it their home! A matter of minutes drive from the city energy of Buffalo and less than a two-hour drive from Toronto, Fort Erie sits in the heart of the beautiful Niagara countryside – some of the most outstanding natural resources in the area - where residents enjoy access to spectacular walking trails, world-class golf courses, beautiful white sand beaches, crowd-free ski slopes just an hour south in Western New York and a seriously friendly small town ambience.

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The Shagbark Nature Trail is located in Shagbark Nature Park on Burleigh Road. Over 4 kilometers of nature trails lead through this 64 acre wooded and meadow’d park that is popular among outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. Interpretive signage throughout the...


The Stevensville Conservation Area is a passive recreational area located in the Town of Fort Erie. Visitors are greeted by a forest, meandering Black Creek, wetlands, a fishing pond and open picnic area to make an enjoyable day. Conservation efforts continue at this...


Willoughby Marsh Conservation Area is a swamp ecosystem and one of the largest forested wetlands in the eastern part of the Niagara Peninsula. Located at the head of Tee, Usshers, Lyons and Black Creeks, this 550 acres Conservation Area protects an important source...