Nature Trails near Gananoque, Ontario

Welcome to Gananoque!

The Town of Gananoque is internationally recognized as the Canadian Gateway to the 1000 Islands. This beautiful region has developed into a world class destination for visitors, residents and businesses.

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Gananoque Trail System

Gananoque Trail System Lions Loop From the Trailhead at the Umbrella on King St., follow the blue hiker/arrows trail markers north up the old rail line, through the Collins and Aikman property, right to Queen St., to the Alberta St. intersection, turn left on Alberta...

Lost Bay Nature Reserve

Named for the eastern arm of Gananoque Lake, the Lost Bay Nature Reserve is 238 hectares in size. It is considered part of the Algonquin to Adirondack Connection (A2A) because it is located within the Frontenac Axis – the southernmost part of the Canadian Shield that...
Marble Rock Conservation Area

Marble Rock Conservation Area

Much of the trail is on or near exposed bedrock, which is part of the Canadian Shield. Marble Rock Conservation Area gives hikers challenging and picturesque terrain, featuring breathtaking views at the lookouts along both the North and South Trails. The diversity of...

Thousand Islands National Park – Landon Bay Trails

Thousand Islands National Park – Landon Bay Trails. An extensive trail network is offered at Landon Bay. You can spend an hour or all day walking the six different trails that wind through the property. Signs and printed trail information guide you through the fields,...