Wheel chair accessible trails

Alfred Bog Walk

Alfred Bog Walk. The largest high-quality, peat bog in Southern Ontario has been building for 10,000 years at the confluence of the Ottawa and South Nation Rivers. Peat bogs are an exceedingly rare habitat and the 10,000 acres in Alfred support equally rare species...

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...

AMHERSTBURG-ESSEX GREENWAY

Because of the success of the initial Greenway trail, in 2001, CN donated an additional 26 kilometre stretch of abandoned rail line that stretches from Amherstburg to the urban centre of Essex and intersects with the existing Chrysler Canada Greenway. In 2007, a one...

AWENDA PROVINCIAL PARK TRAILS

Awenda offers a nice variety of looped and linear, easy to moderate trails and range from 1 to 13 km in length. One trail provides barrier-free access. Beach Trail – 4 km return (1.5 hours) linear, easy This trail takes hikers along the Georgian Bay shoreline. Giant’s...

Baden Hills

Baden Hills Located at 2733 Sandhills Road just outside of Baden you will find close to 1km of accessible trails looping through fields and forest and close to 2km of moderate to difficult hiking trails leading to the summit of one of Baden’s hills. Please note that...

Bala Heritage Walk

The Bala Heritage Walk is a self guided walk of historic Bala. The Town of Bala consists of three islands interconnected by bridges over beautiful waterfalls. There is a spectacular view of the Moon River and the falls on this walk. These falls, the South Falls, run...
BANNOCKBURN CONSERVATION AREA

BANNOCKBURN CONSERVATION AREA

Bannockburn Conservation Area is home to six different natural communities: wet meadow, eastern white cedar, deciduous forest, old field and mixed scrub and marsh. Hunting and motorized vehicles are not permitted. The trail starts with a boardwalk that is wheelchair...

Baysville Historic Walking Trail

Enjoy the Baysville Historic Walking Tour around the quaint village of Baysville. This route passes many of the historic homes, churches and businesses of the village. It explores both east and west sides of the river including a nature walk in Van Setter’s Park...

BEAMER MEMORIAL CONSERVATION AREA

Renowned as the best vantage point in the Niagara Peninsula to observe the annual spring hawk migration, and part of the internationally designated Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve, Beamer Memorial Conservation Area offers one of Niagara’s most breathtaking and...
Bear Creek Eco-Park

Bear Creek Eco-Park

Bear Creek Eco-Park is a nice place to walk in the city of Barrie.  The 1.3 km out and back trail takes you along a crushed limestone and boardwalk trail through a marsh, with an opportunity to view lots of waterfowl and turtles. If you are lucky you might catch a...