Nature Trails near Hilton Beach, Ontario

Welcome to Hilton Beach
The Village of Hilton Beach welcomes you to our vibrant community — a community that takes pride in their natural and man made beauty with many modern facilities — parks, beaches, a beautiful waterfront boardwalk, a 300-person capacity community hall that serves as a concert and wedding venue; a scenic and full-service marina; and the Waterfront Centre, a multi-unit office and retail building on the waterfront. Hilton Beach is a beautiful place to live or visit.
On the Northeast shore of St. Joseph Island – the heart of the Great Lakes – Hilton Beach has been an important port of call and a popular tourist destination for over a century.

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The Desbarats Section of the Voyageur Trail runs for 22 km through forests and farm lands in Plummer and Aberdeen Additional Townships. The trail includes wooded sections and on-road walking, with a side trail to Bruce Mines. Link to Voyageur Trail Association web...

Foster Parkland and Walking Trails

Donated by Maurice and Janet Foster in 2009, the Foster Parkland and Walking Trails is the only conservancy property with walking trails complimented by interpretive signs. This property was the original home of the hiking trails before they expanded onto the adjacent...


56 kilometres of spectacular Northern Ontario landscape which runs between Hwy. 638 (north of Bruce Mines) and Iron Bridge. The trail runs parallel to the Trans Canada Highway (north of it) and passes by many inland lakes, picturesque beaver ponds, forest overlooks...


The trails system is designed with many loops so that distances and degrees of difficulty are available. All are marked with to identify the different trails. Orchard Trail: 2 km marked with green circles. Church Loop: is a short .5 km hilly loop Gully Loop: .5 km and...