Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Ontario Trails news - Trail News from all around Ontario's trails

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We Welcome Our New Members!Port Colborne

Two trails terminate in Port Colborne, both of which form part of the Greater Niagara Circle Route. These are excellent, paved, multi-used trails passing by some of the best scenery in southern Niagara, including the historic Welland Canal. Great for walking, cycling, skating, or wheeling. Click on the name of each trail to view their respective web-pages. More trails on website.

Greater Niagara Circle RouteThe Greater Niagara Circle Route
The Greater Niagara Circle Route is a paved, multi-use trail that connects Port Colborne, Fort Erie, Niagara Falls, Niagara on the Lake, St. Catharines, Thorold, and Welland in a 140 km circuit. It is made up of several different trails. In Port Colborne, the Welland Canals Parkway, which runs on a north/south axis from Welland, and the Friendship Trail, which runs on an east/west axis from Fort Erie, both meet at Seaway Park. A spur of the trail runs along the Port Promenade, parallel to Historic West Street, and terminates at scenic HH Knoll Park. 
 
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Georgian Bay Coast Trail
 


Haldimand County
Trail/PathwayLocationDescription
Thistlemoor Park Pathway CaledoniaWithin the limits of Thistlemoor Park in the south end of Caledonia.
Kinsmen Park Walkway CaledoniaPaved and lit throughout Kinsmen Park on the north side of the Grand River.
Patterson Walkway CaledoniaPaved and lit on the east side of Argyle Street between the Grand River and Forfar Street.
Ramsay Walkway CaledoniaPaved and lit trail on the west side of Argyle Street between the Grand River and Forfar Street destined for the Caledonia Old Mill.
Rotary Riverside Trail Caledonia to YorkDesignated as part of the Trans Canada Trail System, this trail is approximately six kilometres of scenic Grand River country, which is suitable for nature walks, hiking and cycling.
Rail Park Pathway DunnvilleA short scenic pathway between Cedar Street and George Street.
Thompson Creek Restoration DunnvilleNatural regenerated area reforested with Carolinian trees and frequented by various wildlife.
Townsend Recreation Trail TownsendThirteen kilometres of paved and lit walkway winding through beautiful Townsend over the Nanticoke Creek. Available for walking, biking and roller-blading.

Township of Cavan-Monaghan

Parks and TrailsMap All Trails Click Photo!
Cedar Valley Park
Located on the Cedar Valley Rd., Cedar Valley Park is a community green-space with play equipment and a half court basketball court for children to enjoy.
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Edgewood Park
Located near the Hamlet of Mount Pleasant, Edgewood Park is a small green-space with a swing set and playground that serves the residents of the Edgewood Park subdivision.
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Ontario Equestrian Federation
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