Nature Trails near Kincardine, Ontario


Kincardine is known for it's rich Scottish heritage and local folks aren't shy about celebrating it! People come from near and far to celebrate the famous Kincardine Scottish Festival and Highland Games, watch weekly Pipe Band parades and end the day with the Phantom Lighthouse Piper.

You have found Ontario's Scottish destination. Idyllic surroundings, captivating lifestyle, festive events, live theatre, and much more, have all amused and beguiled residents and visitors of Kincardine for generations. Whether a casual stroll on our beach and scenic boardwalk, an enchanting evening of fine dining in one of our many restaurants, or a relaxed, care free stay in one of our quaint Bed & Breakfasts or motels, the Municipality of Kincardine is a place of endless opportunity.

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KINCARDINE TRAILS BOARDWALK

The wheelchair accessible boardwalk runs south of the harbour and features planted gardens, marine heritage interpretation and sand dunes, Kincardine’s growing trail system is centred on the Penetangore River and can be accessed from the Kincardine lighthouse...

POINT CLARK TRAILS

This system offers 4 trails. The Deer Run Nature Trail, Attawondaron Nature Trail, Clark Creek Floodplain and the Tuscarora Road Nature Trail are a multi-use, all-season trail system.  Please respect the unique physical features, recovery of colonized grass species...
STONEY ISLAND CONSERVATION AREA TRAILS

STONEY ISLAND CONSERVATION AREA TRAILS

Stoney Island Conservation area has over 6 km of all-season trails, used for walking, jogging, trail biking and bird watching from spring to fall.  In winter, trails are reserved for cross-country skiing, and 5 km of snowshoe trails, all maintained by the Kincardine...