Nature Trails near Keswick, Ontario


Keswick is located north of Toronto on Cook’s Bay, which is part of Lake Simcoe. It’s the largest and southernmost community in the Town of Georgina, which is also home to Sutton/Jackson’s Point, Pefferlaw and several lakefront communities and rural hamlets.

Georgina offers a number of year-round activities in a variety of recreational facilities including our many impressive public parks, beaches, forested areas, conservation areas, the Morning Glory Provincial Nature Reserve, Sibbald Point Provincial Park, Keswick Marsh Fish and Bird Sanctuary, museums, craft and music festivals and the Stephen Leacock Theatre.
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Lake Simcoe Trail

The Lake Simcoe Trail is a signed route in Georgina that winds along Lake Drive and Hedge Road. Adjacent to the shores of Lake Simcoe, it goes through a typical urban/cottage landscape, past Willow and De La Salle beach parks, the historic Briars Resort and offers...

York Regional Forests Trails Zephyr Tract

York Regional Forests Trails Zephyr Tract The York Regional Forest is open to the public 365 days per year with no cost to enter. The York Regional Forest is made up of 2,300 hectares of protected land, located in different parts of the Region. Eighteen properties...