Nature Trails near Campbellford, Ontario

Welcome to Campbellford!

Campbellford is a village in the Municipality of Trent Hills.

Strategically located along the Trent Severn Waterway in Northumberland County in eastern Ontario, just north of Highway 401 and just south of Highway 7, Trent Hills is a vibrant area that is an ideal destination for business, vacation and rural living. Our three urban communities of Hastings, Campbellford and Warkworth are flourishing in growth and development. We have proudly attracted a microbrewery, artisans, professionals, tourism operators, organic farmers, unique retailers, trades people, landscape designers, wellness practitioners, manufacturers, and world-class musicians. They locate in Trent Hills because of the lifestyle, the convenient location, the fresh air and a bright future.

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

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Crowe Bridge Park

The Municipality of Trent Hills began operating and maintaining Crowe Bridge Park (also known as Crowe Bridge Conservation Area) in 2010.  This 26 acre outdoor recreation paradise is located on the Crowe River just north of the town of Campbellford. From 1965 to...


FERRIS PROVINCIAL PARK TRAILS Drumlin Trail System – 3 interconnecting looped trails:  Blue 1.2 km (1.0 hour); White 2.5 km (2 hours) and Red 2.5 km (2.5 hours), moderate: The Drumlin Trail System takes you through mature mixed forest, by small wetlands and...


PETER’S WOODS PROVINCIAL NATURE RESERVE TRAILS Peter’s Woods is on the sandy, north-facing slope of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Steep-sided valleys have been cut into this northern slope by surface runoff, springs and the headwater streams of Mill Creek. Deciduous...

Seymour Conservation Area

Seymour Conservation Area has continuously been improved since purchased in 1973. Oak Alvar Savannah restoration and trail improvements are just a couple examples of Lower Trent Conservation’s work on this property.  Each spring (May/June), Lower Trent...