Nature Trails near Port Perry, Ontario


Port Perry is a community in the Township of Scugog.

Within Durham Region and part of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), the Township of Scugog is a growing community of 21,569 people surrounding Lake Scugog.

The Township of Scugog maintains a high quality of life. This fresh, clean and green community is an excellent place to live and to do business. We are committed to building a sustainable, diverse community with many economic opportunities.

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Carolyn Best Trail

Carolyn Best Trail This trail system can be accessed from behind the Scugog Community Recreation Centre. The trail connects from Canterbury Common at Simcoe Street to Old Simcoe Road where there is access.  Grass and woodchip trail  Walking, jogging and mountain...

Durham East Cross Forest Conservation Area

Durham East Cross Forest Conservation Area protects an ecologically sensitive part of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Here you will find springs, seepage areas, and wetlands that form the beginnings of East Cross Creek and Pigeon River, along with significant wildlife habitat...

Nonquon Wildlife Area

The Nonquon Provincial Wildlife Area is 2,800 acres of publicly owned property located three kilometres north of Port Perry managed by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. There is a myriad of trails, but they are neither marked nor maintained. The Nonquon area...