Nature Trails near King City, Ontario


King City is a community in the Township of King.

Residents enjoy a wide range of leisure activities at the Township's abundant variety of parks, recreation and cultural facilities, including three arenas, Centennial Mountain ​​Biking Park, and Cold Creek Conservation Area. Other community and cultural facilities such as the King Township Museum, Community Halls and four full-service public libraries are all part of the offerings the Township provides.

Exquisite dining, world-class golf courses, and cycling paths that challenge beginners and the experienced alike, add to the Township's unparalleled quality of life. Along with community groups and partners, the Township continues to enhance arts, culture and recreation programming for all ages, and provides for safe outdoor parks and green spaces for the benefit of residents and visitors alike.

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Centennial Park Trail

Centennial Park Trail A well-established system of trails exists in Centennial Park. An information sign is posted and outlines the trails available, and colour markings on the trees help hikers and cyclists find their way. In addition to existing plant and animal...

King City Trail

The King City Trail is located in the valley land area following the route of the Humber River.  It is ideal for walking, hiking, jogging or crosscountry skiing. Young and old can enjoy bird watching in a setting abundant with wild flowers, plant life, trees and...

York Regional Forests Trails Happy Valley Forest Tract

York Regional Forests Trails Happy Valley Forest Tract The York Regional Forest is open to the public 365 days per year with no cost to enter. The York Regional Forest is made up of 2,300 hectares of protected land, located in different parts of the Region. Eighteen...