Nature Trails near Renfrew, Ontario

Welcome to Renfrew!

The Town of Renfrew, Ontario is a beautiful community of about 8300 residents, located just over an hours drive from Ottawa. It is a wonderful place to live, work and play.

We are a strong vibrant community, located along the Hwy # 17 transportation route to northern Ontario and the gateway to western Canada. Here, urban amenities unite with rural benefits, making Town of Renfrew the right fit for your business and your family.

Renfrew is strategically located on the TransCanada Highway, approximately 100 km west of Ottawa, with easy access to Montreal, Toronto, Windsor, North Bay and Algonquin Park. It is the commercial hub of the area, serving a rural and small town population base of over 30,000.

Founded in the early 1800's, the Town of Renfrew is steeped in heritage and tradition. This unique heritage is celebrated annually in July with the Lumber Baron Festival. Entertainment, pageantry, sidewalk sales, outdoor concerts, music, dancing and living history, along with traditional Valley hospitality welcome all who attend.

As the geographical hub of Renfrew County, the Town of Renfrew is a natural starting point for miles of travel adventure. Thrilling whitewater rafting, golfing, swimming, boating, fishing and skiing are only some of the activities that can be found in and around the Renfrew area.

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K & P Trail – Kingston & Pembroke Trail North

Kingston & Pembroke Trail North The North KP Trail, more of a walking trail than a traditional hiking trail, is a 20 km multi-purpose trail using the rail bed from the abandoned K&P railroad originally built in the mid 1800’s. The trail runs north from...

Renfrew Millenium Trail

Renfrew Millenium Trail Renfrew’s 3.4 km long trail along the old CN tracks running from Barnet Blvd. to Lisgar Street is suitable for walkers, joggers, wheelchairs, bicycles, bird watching, and cross-country skiing. The trail has benches and picnic tables for...

Wabun Lake Trail

The Wabun Lake Trail is a 3 km return hike leading to a lookout with spectacular view of Wabun Lake and the surrounding Madawaska River basin. It is medium difficulty trail and should take approx. 1 ½ hours. The trail slowly climbs the mountainside and then drops down...