Nature Trails near Iron Bridge, Ontario

Welcome to Iron Bridge

Iron Bridge is a community in the Municipality of Huron Shores.

Huron Shores offers the outdoors enthusiast a myriad of choices: snowmobiling, golfing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, biking, horseback riding, boating, hunting and fishing offer year round recreation. Public boat launches, ideal for small watercraft, are available at several municipally-maintained parks. Snowmobilers have access to over 600 kms (372 miles) of trails with links to Provincial, National and International networks. For more snowmobiling information contact Algoma Sno-Plan Affiliation. Cross-country skiers have approximately 5 kms of new trail. Visit the vast Kirkwood Forest with its stands of red pine or hike along the Voyageur Trail. The Municipality is also the entrance to the Mississagi Delta Provincial Nature Reserve, marking the mouth of the largest river flowing into Lake Huron. Bald eagles may be spotted soaring high above or perched in treetops during the salmon run. In the autumn, the Deer Trail Circle Route provides a spectacular scenic drive.
If you enjoy cycling, a large portion of the Lake Huron North Channel Great Lakes Waterfront Cycling Route passes through Huron Shores.

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56 kilometres of spectacular Northern Ontario landscape which runs between Hwy. 638 (north of Bruce Mines) and Iron Bridge. The trail runs parallel to the Trans Canada Highway (north of it) and passes by many inland lakes, picturesque beaver ponds, forest overlooks...


This is a section of the Voyageur Trail. The western end of this 45 kilometre section begins the Village of Iron Bridge and follows existing trailways and ridges overlooking numerous lakes north of the Blind River. The diversity of landscape and abundant access points...