Nature Trails near Bradford, Ontario

Bradford is located in the amalgamated community of Bradford West Gwillimbury.

The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury is a great place to work, with industrial plants, small businesses, agriculture, and commercial development. We are the fastest growing municipality in Simcoe County and there are many opportunities for large and small businesses to take advantage of this growth.  This town combines the best of both a prosperous rural community with the amenities of an emerging suburban centre.  Our proximity to the GTA, competitive development charges and easy access to the 400 series highways as well as Go Train Service make this town a prime location for businesses.
Bradford West Gwillimbury has an amazing  quality of life that is enjoyed by our culturally diverse residents. We have a very active  community with plenty of events, including our famous Carrot Fest, charities, and parks and trails. Residents have access to many amenities either in our historic downtown or recently developed west end where our brand new, state of the art Leisure Centre and Library are located.

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

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Anchor Park Trail

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...

Holland Landing Conservation Area Trails

Holland Landing Conservation Area Trails This Conservation Area is right next door to Anchor Park in Holland Landing. A network of hiking trails leads through both pine plantation and native forest. Much of this property is underlain by sandy soil, deposited as a...

Scanlon Creek C. A. Loop Trail

Scanlon Creek Conservation Area is a hikers’ haven, a picnicking paradise, a birder’s delight and a photographer’s dream. Explore forests, marshlands, and glacial erratics, enjoy spring wildflowers, or the vibrant fall leaves and see plenty of birds and other wildlife...