Anchor Park Trail

Holland Landing Park is accessible from the north side of Doane Rd. east of Yonge St. and has a parking lot that is open most of the year except in mid winter. There is also pedestrian access from Parkside Dr. The Park gets its name from the giant anchor on display here. It was abandoned near here on its journey to Lake Simcoe when the war of 1812 ended.

A 1km wooded loop trail starts near the picnic shelter. It forms apart of the larger Simcoe Trail network which runs both north and south from the park.

The park has several amenities including a picnic shelter, a playground and washrooms (open in summer only). There are also sports fields and an adventure bike park. The east side of the park consists of mixed woodland and connects to the Holland Landing Conservation area that also has several trails. Many bird species can be seen in the park and the conservation area, partly due to its proximity to Holland Landing Provincial Park Reserve.

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Anchor Park Trail characteristics

Length: 1 Km
Difficulty: Easy (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Natural
Trail use: Hiking
Accessibility Notes: Not known
Fees: Not known

Flora & Fauna:

Not reported yet

Amenities: washrooms, picnic tables

Attractions: None

The Town of East Gwillimbury 19000 Leslie Street Sharon, ON L0G 1V0 905-478-4282

Find it: 1 Anchor Ct, Holland Landing, ON

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 44.1104660
Longitude: -79.4905860