Nature Trails near Frankford, Ontario

Frankford is a community in the City of Quinte West!

One of the best ways to really "know" a place is to experience the sights and sounds of the area. For some, this involves outdoor activities, shopping, or live theatre; for others, this involves absorbing the history and cultural aspects of the area. With plenty to see and do amid the spectacular natural surroundings of Quinte West, residents and visitors alike will find lots of activities that match their interests.
Just a short drive from Toronto (1.5 hours) and Ottawa (2.5 hours), Quinte West is a popular destination for the many outdoor activities it offers in all four seasons. Quinte West also offers cultural festivals, events, and attractions that honour the unique heritage of the area -- both the people who first settled here and the industries that nurtured its growth.
Whether you're planning an activity-filled itinerary or a more relaxed getaway, Quinte West has what you're looking for. If you're just passing through, we hope you'll come again and get to know us better.

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

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Bata Island

Located just 1.2 km north of Frankford, along North Trent Street, the entrance to Bata Island can be found opposite Huffman Road. A walkway leads into the largely forested park, with trails splitting off that loop the island. Bata Island Trail offers peaceful trails...

Hastings Heritage Trail

The Hastings Heritage Trail is a four-season, multi-use recreational trail that follows an old railway line linking Hastings County. The Trail is open year-round and boasts a number of parking lots and access points along the route. The Northern terminus of the trail...

Hollinger Park

Hollinger Park, a 25-acre park, is located southeast of the intersection of Highway 14 and Bird Road. The park is hilly and heavily wooded with a mixture of hardwood and pine trees. There are marked trails throughout the park. There is a parking lot for visitors and a...