Nature Trails near Acton, Ontario


Acton is a Town within the amalgamated community of the Town of Halton Hills.

The Town of Halton Hills is a unique combination of two urban areas, historical hamlets and stunning rural landscapes all within easy commuting distance of Canada’s largest, most culturally diverse city, Toronto. The Town is comprised of the historic towns of Georgetown and Acton as well as a number of smaller traditional Hamlets — Ballinafad, Norval, Glen Williams, Stewarttown, Limehouse, Glen Lawson and Speyside, Ashgrove, Crewsons Corners, Bannockburn, Hendersons Corner, Whaleys Corners, Mansewood, Hornby, Silver Creek and Terra Cotta.

Historical information about many of these communities has been documented by the Esquesing Historical Society, and is available at branches of the Halton Hills Library and Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce.

Some of Ontario's best hiking trails and nature trails are near Acton.


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Acton Walking Trails

Acton, Ontario has a number of shorter walking trails worth visiting. Danville/Walker Trail is .85 km long and can be accessed at 76 Danville Avenue, Acton  43.634907   -80.046432 Tanner Drive Woodlot is .93 km long and can be assessed at 45 Tanners Drive, Acton   ...

BLACK CREEK SIDE TRAIL LOOP – BRUCE TRAIL

From the Limehouse Conservation Area parking lot take the .2 km Limehouse Access Trail east to the main Bruce Trail. At the junction with the main Bruce Trail turn right and follow the white blazes for about .5 km until you meet the intersection with the Black Creek...

PROSPECT PARK TRAIL

Home of the Acton Fall Fair, Prospect Park offers baseball diamonds, tennis and multi-purpose courts, Rotary Club Bandstand, Picnic Pavilion, Superior Glove Splash Pad, leash free zone, track, soccer field and playground. Surrounded by Fairy Lake, this scenic park...

RADIAL LINE TRAIL

The Guelph Radial Trail runs for 28km from Guelph to Limehouse along the bed of a former electric railway through the valley of the Eramosa River and its tributary, the Blue Springs Creek Popular sections can be accessed just east off Watson Road just north of the...

SPEYSIDE SOUTH & NORTH SIDE TRAILS LOOP – BRUCE TRAIL

Parking to access this loop trail is available on Side Road 15 about .5 km east of Highway 25. On the north side of the road is the blue blazed Speyside South Side Trail. Walk away from the road northward on this trail. After 1 km you will reach the main Bruce Trail....