Five trails are located in the park, including the Bruce trail and the Ruins Trail.
Dominion Trail The Dominion Trail takes you along the credit valley. The path consists of gravel and rock. The views are a real treat for the eyes featuring the likes of the credit river and surrounding Niagara escarpment. Cataract falls is the main attraction visible from a rustic wooden bridge. The vegetation of Forks is typical to southern Ontario with an abundance of popular, maple and some birch. Wild flowers are also abundant in the spring/ summer season.
Meadow Trail This is the trail head at the park entrance featuring the Trans Canada trail and the Meadow Trail. Trail conditions on the Meadow Trail are easy with a nice solid path, clear of debris. The path is a mix of dirt, sand and grass. Kettle Lake is the first water feature on the Meadow trail.
The Kettle Trail connects the Trans Canada to Meadow Trail. A nice short trail that is perfect for any individual with a hankering for a good view but short on time.
Link to trails map: http://www.ontarioparks.com/pdf/maps/forksofthecredit/park_map.pdfPeel Region
Nearby towns and cities: Caledon | Erin
Trail feature tags: Bruce Trail | provincial park | Waterfall
FORKS OF THE CREDIT PROVINCIAL PARK TRAILS characteristicsLength: several rails for a total length of 6.2 km.
Difficulty: Moderate (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Compacted soil/hard packed and Natural
Trail use: Hiking
Accessibility Notes: not accessible
Fees: Parking fee
Flora & Fauna:
Not yet reported.
Amenities: picnic areas
Phone: (705) 435-2498
Find it: 17760 McLaren Road, Caledon, ON L7K 2H8
GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):