Nature Trails near St. Marys, Ontario

St. Marys - Riverwalk

                                        St. Marys - riverwalk

The Town of St. Marys, home to approximately 7,000 residents, is one of Ontario's oldest and most appealing communities, offering a unique rural lifestyle with urban amenities - all within a 15 minute

drive to Stratford and 30 minutes to London. Residents enjoy an abundant lifestyle at an affordable cost of living. The community offers reasonably priced housing options, including newly built subdivisions, established neighbourhoods and historic homes. As a separated town, St. Marys' complement of municipal services can rival any larger centre. From natural beauty and rich heritage, to recreation and leisure, St. Marys is your destination to live, work and play.

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Created by Otis Sawyer, the 28 acre Sawyer Preservation Woodlot has two higher ground trails for all year round walking, and two lower trails which may be wet in the spring. Each trail has several side paths. In this forest ecosystem, people see how natural processes...


Limestone, Water and Railways The Grand Trunk Trail in St. Marys are combining to become one of the most scenic trails in Southern Ontario. The Grand Trunk Trail runs east and west between Thames Road and James Street North and then onto the Junction Station, across...


Wildwood’s four hiking and biking trails range in length from 1.2 kilometres to our 25 kilometre lake trail. All trails are multi-purpose and can be used by both hikers and cyclists, by permit only. The trails cover flat and rugged terrain with areas of steep...