Interpretive signage trails

ALGONQUIN PROVINCIAL PARK TRAILS

ALGONQUIN PROVINCIAL PARK TRAILS The essence of Algonquin is in its vast interior of maple hills, rocky ridges, and thousands of lakes. The only way to explore the interior of this park is by canoe or on foot. There is also a second Algonquin – along the 56...

Almonte River Walk

Almonte River Walk Beginning at the Almonte Old Town Hall, follow a winding path through town with information boards to guide your journey along the Mississippi. Along the Riverwalk are stunning views of the falls, historic woolen mills revamped into condos, and a...

Altona Forest

The Altona Forest is situated in the City of Pickering just east of Toronto in Ontario, Canada. The Forest is approximately 53 hectares (102 acres). In 1982, the forest was designated an environmentally significant area due to its ecological and historical importance....

ANDY & HELEN SPRIET TRAIL

The Andy and Helen Spriet Trail is owned by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC). The NCC owns and manages many properties throughout Norfolk County with the purpose of conserving areas of ecological value. Interpretive signs along the Andy and Helen Spriet Trail...
Arboretum Trail

Arboretum Trail

The Arboretum Trail, also known asTrees of Grey-Bruce Trail, features native tree and shrub species of Grey and Bruce counties. More than 100 different species are identified in pods along the 1.3 kilometer path. The trail winds around a 1-acre Wildflower Meadow that...
AUBREY FALLS PROVINCIAL PARK TRAILS

AUBREY FALLS PROVINCIAL PARK TRAILS

The Aubrey Falls Trail is a scenic trail located in Aubrey Falls Provincial Park. Drive .5 km in east from Highway 125 to trailhead. Washrooms located here. Interesting short walk brings you to a memorial to Tom Thompson. Memorial takes the shape of canvas chair in...

Baird Trail

The Baird Trail in Lanark Highlands is .8 km in a circular route, and is one of the most beautiful trails around. Various points are marked with ecological values and one can find the most humungous individual maple and beech trees in the area. Old rail fences...

BALD ROCK INTERPRETIVE SCENIC LOOKOUT

BALD ROCK INTERPRETIVE SCENIC LOOKOUT This trail was created in July 1994 by the Dividing Lake Ontario Rangers as part of their 50th anniversary celebration. In July of 1999, a microburst passed through the area, destroying various sections of the landscape. A...

BALSAM TRAIL

BALSAM TRAIL This rugged trail extends from Centre Road (opposite Middle River Farm to Highway #124. An initiative of McKellar Council, the trail is being built by Hap Wilson of Eco-Trail Builders. We would also direct you to read our DISCLAIMER and our TRAIL USERS...

Baxter Conservation Area

Situated on 80 hectares along the shores of the Rideau River, Baxter Conservation Area is a beautiful example of river floodplain. Explore, year-round, the mixed hardwood forests, meadows and wetlands over the 5 km of trails and visit the unique Filmore Park Nut Grove...