Nature Trails near Deep River, Ontario

Welcome to Deep River!

Visit a town that's filled with history, culture, and natural beauty. From beaches to mountains, Deep River embraces a spectacular tract of unspoiled, tree-lined valley scenery and back-to-nature activities that beckon visitors from around the world.

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

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Deep River Trail

Deep River Trail is a 4km walk is in the heart of Deep River, starting at the sandy Lamure Beach, then enters cedar bush. It follows the bank of the Ottawa River to Centennial Rock with great views of the uninhabited and hilly Quebec side of the river. The walk goes...


DRIFTWOOD PROVINCIAL PARK TRAILS The Oak Highland Trails: 1 km Riverview Loop and 2.5 km Beaver Pond Loop; moderate This trail climbs steeply to a lookout with a panoramic view of the Ottawa River. The Chevrier Creek Trails: 4 loops vary in range from 1.3 – 3.7 km...

Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail – Renfrew County Section

The Ottawa Valley Trail was originally part of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR). The CPR sold the stretch of rail line between Smiths Falls and Mattawa to the County of Renfrew, County of Lanark and the Township of Papineau-Cameron. The section in Renfrew County was...

Reilly Bird Nature Reserve

Reilly Bird Nature Reserve Named after the generous man who donated the property, Reilly Bird, this 27.5-hectare reserve is a stunning parcel of mixed hardwood forest situated along the upper Ottawa River, just northwest of the town of Deep River. The reserve protects...

Silver Spoon & Cranberry Lake Trails

The Silver Spoon & Cranberry Lake Trails are the closest to downtown Deep River. They are located on either side of Balmer Bay Road just east of the hospital. There are about 30 km of trail, of which 20 are groomed and track-set. The trails on the river side of...