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 from the entrance to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame. The Sarnia Bridge, a rehabilitated railway bridge crossing the Thames River, provides a panoramic view of the town and river valley. The Riverview Walkway extends from south of the tennis courts and famous swimming quarry at the south end of town, along the river to the downtown area. The two trails join at the Sarnia Bridge and then extends the trail to the Junction Station further east on the trail. The Grand Trunk Trail is almost completely paved and permanently lighted.

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THE TRAILS OF ST. MARYS characteristics

Length: 3.5 km
Difficulty: Easy (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Compacted soil/hard packed and Paved
Trail use: Hiking
Partially wheelchair accessible
Accessibility Notes: Partially wheelchair accessible.
Fees: None

Flora & Fauna:

Not yet reported.

Amenities: None reported

Attractions: Panoramic view

St. Marys Recreation Dept - 519-284-4763

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 43.2669940
Longitude: -81.1383990