Nature Trails near Brighton, Ontario

Welcome to the Municipality of Brighton!

It is located on the shores of beautiful Lake Ontario. We are a just a short drive from Toronto, offering the tranquil atmosphere of a small town. We have a wide range of boutiques and activities destined to leave you with lasting memories.

Things to see and do:
Visit Presqu'ile Provincial Park; famous for lakeside camping, swimming, windsurfing, hiking and birding;

Waterfowl Weekend: Presqu'ile Bay is a major stopping area for waterfowl as they make their way north in the spring.

Explore the historical Proctor House Museum, Memory Junction and Hilton Hall Heritage Center.

Don't miss Brighton's Applefest, an annual fall celebration of our rich agricultural land and abundance of apple orchards.

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

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Brighton Provincial Wildlife Area

Brighton Provincial Wildlife Area This 392 hectare section of Crown land offers multi-use trails passing forests, grasslands, streams and a 5 acre pond that provides excellent habitat for a variety of wildlife. Directions: Accessible from County Rd 26 approximately...

Goodrich-Loomis Conservation Area

Nestled in the scenic, rolling hills of Northumberland County, Goodrich-Loomis Conservation Area offers some of the most scenic natural beauty found in the Quinte area.  Climb up the Esker Trail and take in the scenic view. Try flyfishing on Cold Creek. Take the...

Munn Tract

Munn Tract is located along the north/south ridge about 1 kilometre west of Codrington on County Road 27. The upper slopes of the property are easily accessed by approximately four kilometres of logging trails. Visitors are requested to refrain from disturbing the...


PRESQU’ILE PROVINCIAL PARK TRAILS What You’ll Like : Over 300 car camping sites in a variety of settings from shoreline to forest 2.5 km sandy beach 16 km of trails and paths along shorelines and through woodlands and meadows A migration hotspot in spring...

Proctor Park Conservation Area

There is more to Proctor Park Conservation Area than what first meets the eye.  Beyond the manicured lawns and open space, lies 37 hectares of natural wonder.  Venture beyond the forest edge and follow the 2.5 kilometre trail that passes along Butler Creek, through...

Stalwood Trail

Stalwood Trail extends 900 meters from the south side of Monck Street to the west side of Ontario Street. It is a three meter-wide trail made up of gravel and crushed limestone, suitable for both walking, jogging and cycling Link to trail map:...

Tobey Trail Link

The Tobey Trail Link was the first nature trail constructed in the Municipality and is 900 metres long. The Trail follows Butler Creek from Cedar Street to Harbour Street. Constructed using wood chips and is a beautiful nature walk through the woods. Tobey Trail Link...