Nature Trails near Mildmay, Ontario

Mildmay is a village in the amalgamated community of The Municipality of South Bruce.

The Municipality of South Bruce welcomes you to the Bruce County! We are home to the communities of Mildmay, Teeswater and Formosa and the townships of Culross and Carrick nestled in German history and ancestry. The Municipality of South Bruce is located in the southeastern corner of Bruce County, adjoining at the Grey County and Huron County borders. We have some of the best farmland in Bruce County and its heritage grows deep within the community. Here, our rolling hills, scenic roadways, and warm-hearted people, delight in offering travelers small town hospitality and modern amenities. Abundant in family ran businesses, quaint shops, our very own winery and cidery as well as local food and drink, offering you a unique experience that has you coming back for more.

Nature lovers will feel at home with several parks and scenic trails throughout South Bruce for a four-season experience. Prefect for a nice stroll in the park, ATVs, cycling, snowmobiles etc. After hiking through our trails, sit and rest while enjoying a fresh cold drink at our Rotary Park that is home to a natural ever-flowing artisan well that has been enjoyed for years by residents and visitors. We are proud of our sports teams and the facilities that we have to offer, from well- groomed fields, to swimming pools to recreation arena complexes. Community support is strong in South Bruce and very evident during local sporting and entertainment events. The annual Teeswater-Culross and the Mildmay-Carrick Fall Fairs are fun filled weekends packed full of entertainment with something for the whole family to enjoy and are sure to never disappoint. Our Hanging of the Green event held the last Friday in November, fills our main street, bringing visitors from far and wide to participate in this family based Christmas event offering live ice sculpting, hot apple cider, street campfire, lighted evening Christmas Parade and so much more!

It is easy to describe the Municipality of South Bruce and everything that is has to offer to its residence and visitors, but you cannot fully appreciate its uniqueness until you experience it for yourself. Once you do, you will know why visitors keep coming back for more. So what are waiting for? South Bruce welcomes you with wide open arms and a warm smile on our face and invites you to try the “best butter tarts” in Bruce County!

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This property offers visitors a variety of experiences. The trails pass through upland hardwoods and hemlock lowlands. A cold-water stream also winds its way through the property. We would also direct you to read our DISCLAIMER and our TRAIL USERS CODE. Region(s):...