Bonnechere Provincial Park Trails

McNaugton Trail – 2 km (40 – 60 minutes) – Out and back to loop – Easy

Take an easy stroll along the meandering Bonnechere River and learn about its rich natural and cultural history by exploring our Foot Prints in Time (FIT). FIT is based on the traditional local First Nations way of teaching and explaining our history. The trail takes you in stride with 13 giant foot prints, marked by posts with interpretive and educational text designed to be informative and engage you and your family along the hike. You will truly enjoy this adventure.

Walks of the Little Bonnechere River – 10 trails – varied lengths and difficulties

The Walks of the Little Bonnechere River is a compilation of 10 local trails and stopping places which will help you gain an understanding of the history of the river and its people. Each trail offers a variety of experiences and opportunities to explore natural and cultural history. Trail length and difficulty vary, providing an opportunity for all to enjoy. A booklet with maps, locations, pictures and descriptive text on these trails can be purchased at the park office at a reasonable cost.

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Bonnechere Provincial Park Trails characteristics

Length: Several Trails of varying length
Difficulty: Moderate (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Natural
Trail use: Hiking
Accessibility Notes: Not wheelchair accessible
Fees: Park entrance fee.

Flora & Fauna:

Not reported yet

Amenities: Camping, swimming, washrooms, picnic areas.

Attractions: Interpretive Signaage


Find it: 4024 Round Lake Rd. Killaloe

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 45.6582900
Longitude: -77.5735800