Nature Trails near Waubaushene, Ontario

Waubaushene is a town in the amalgamated community of Tay Township.

Tay Township – located in the Heart of Georgian Bay – is a strong, cohesive rural community with a permanent population of 10,033. Tay celebrates and promotes its unique history, natural heritage and recreational amenities – including the Tay Shore Trail – as the cornerstone to its quality of life. Tay’s unique villages and towns support a host of events, services and businesses that contribute to a growing local economy and create a unique destination experience for residents and visitors to the community.

The Tay Shore Trail boasts over 18 kilometers of paved trail that meanders along the pristine shores of Georgian Bay showcasing glorious vistas of the Bay, the Wye, Hogg, and Sturgeon Rivers. The trail is fully accessible and is ideal for rollerblading, biking, walking, running, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. Interpretive plaques along the trail display the local wildlife, terrain and Tay’s rich history. Known as the Cadillac of trails, the Tay Shore Trail is a must.

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Port Severn Walk

The Port Severn Walk takes you from Lock 45 on the Trent-Severn Waterway along Port Severn Rd to the Muskoka Tourism Office on Lone Pine Rd. We would also direct you to read our DISCLAIMER and our TRAIL USERS CODE. Region(s): Muskoka District Nearby towns and cities:...


Robert and Ruth Warling donated this 243 hectare mosaic of natural woodlands and wetlands to the Nature Conservancy of Canada in 1996. Since 1999, The Couchiching Conservancy has managed these lands located on the Shield country of northern Severn Township. Unique...


Gifted to Tay Township in 2004 by the Trans Canada Trail Foundation, construction on the Tay Shore Trail was completed in 2007. The completed multi-use paved trail stretches 18.5 km through the Township and is registered as part of the Trans Canada Trail. From the Wye...


Your journey on the Uhthoff Trail will take you through scenic wooded areas, over wetlands, crossing many streams. Observe the many varieties of barns.  The trails, which is 30 km long, extends from Wilson Point Road in Orillia to Waubashene and is part of the Trans...