Nature Trails near Smiths Falls, Ontario

Welcome to Smiths Falls!

Welcome to Smiths Falls, the town of historic beauty and vibrant futures.

Smiths Falls has many things going for it: a strong heritage identity, the naturally beautiful landscape of the Rideau Canal, entrepreneurial spirit, openness to new industries, access to adjacent target markets in Ottawa and the U.S., and readily accessible buildings and land inventory. All of these make us attractive to prospective businesses, industries, and citizens, and position the Town of Smiths Falls to emerge as a significant destination for investment and tourism.

Link to the website for Smiths Falls:

For other nature trails and hiking trails throughout Ontario use the search features of

We would also direct you to read our DISCLAIMER and our TRAIL USERS CODE.

Mill Pond Conservation Area

Peaceful and serene, Mill Pond has six kilometres of wilderness trails. Take a hike through the park and stop for a quiet picnic in the sugar bush or at the covered picnic shelter. Mill Pond has a boat launch (car top only) for those who would like to enjoy a quiet...

Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail – Lanark County Section

Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail is a 300 km long corridor running between Sturgess Road in Montague and Mattawa.  The Lanark County section is 61km (from Sturgess Rd to the 417 at Arnprior). As a transportation route, in Lanark County, the OVRT is a one-size-fits-all...

Rideau Trail – Lanark Section

Rideau Trail – Lanark Section Since 1971, the Rideau Trail Association has established, maintained and encouraged low-impact, self-propelled use of the Rideau Trail, a 387 km network of interconnected hiking trails between the City of Kingston and the City of...

Silver Lake Provincial Park Trail

Silver Lake Provincial Park Trail Marsh Trail – 0.5 km return, 30 minutes, easy Along a boardwalk, cross the marsh at the eastern end of Silver Lake to higher ground, where you will see a transition between wetland and upland forest. This zone is rich in flora...

The Cataraqui Trail – Lanark County Section

The Cataraqui Trail – Lanark County Section The Cataraqui Trail is a year-round, shared-use recreation trail running approximately 103 km from Smith Falls in the east to Strathcona in the west. About 45 km is in Frontenac County In spring, summer and fall it...