Nature Trails near Rosseau, Ontario

The tiny town of Rosseau Ontario: a simple, secluded spot nestled in the Muskoka area. This little community is definitely a gem for those who love to visit and explore unique and rural, small towns in Ontario… public transit, no shopping malls, chain restaurants or stores.

Rosseau is located in the Township of Sequin.

The Township of Seguin is a thriving municipality home to 4,304 permanent residents that seasonally swells to over 15,000 residents during the summer months. With largely an environmental focus, our community is truly "The Natural Place To Be".
Seguin was formed in 1998 through the amalgamation of the following Municipalities: Christie, Foley, Humphrey and the Village of Rosseau. At that time, the western part of the Township of Monteith was annexed to Seguin.
All of our local communities are home to community centres, parks, trails and beaches and offer many recreational opportunities. Programming and community events are in place for seniors, adults, young adults and youth.

Stretching over 700 square kilometres, Seguin is a vibrant and growing community located in the picturesque District of Parry Sound.

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H. N. Crossley Nature Reserve

H. N. Crossley Nature Reserve Bruce Pond is a typical “eyed” bog, characterized by a moat-like zone of water around the outer edge; tree and shrub zones; an open sphagnum mat with pitcher plants, sundews and orchids; and open water in the middle. The setting for this...


The Raymond Trail follows the historic colonization route from the old Parry Sound Road to Skeleton Lake. The trail, with moderate hills, passes through field and forest. In places, you can still see the logs of the corduroy road, laid down to help settlers over the...

Skeleton Lake Fish Hatchery Trail

FISH HATCHERY TRAIL The trail winds past a stream and ponds of the former fish hatchery. Ten interpretive signs offer information and illustrations on different habitats, flora and fauna of the area, complimented by advice on conservation techniques. Link to trail...