City of Windsor Trails
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Lanark County Trails
The Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance manages the section of the Glen Tay to Havelock Trail that is located within Tay Valley Township on behalf of the County of Lanark. EOTA’s mandate is to develop, manage, maintain and market a network of year-round shared-use trails for the economic, tourism and job creation benefits they bring. The Trails initiative reports to the Community Development Committee of Lanark County Council.
Publicly announced on October 6, the new Ontario Trails Strategy is a long-term plan that outlines ways to plan, manage, promote and use trails in Ontario.
If you are interested in serving on the Lanark County Municipal Trails Corporation please complete an application form. Application forms are available at the County of Lanark Public Works Building or on the application form.
- The Baird Trail (2 MB)
- Commemorative Bench and Tree Program
- Principles for Trail Use and Maintenance
- Charitable Donation Including Commemorative Bench and Tree Planting Application Form
- Lanark County Municipal Trails Corporation Board
- Projects & Reports
- Contact County Trails
- Tay River Pathway
Brant County Trails
Brant County has some of the most pristine wildlife and natural throughout Southern Ontario! We also have fantastic fast water kayaking and tranquil canoeing. Our variety of trails provide for leisurely strolls or fast-paced mountain biking excursions! A combination of boardwalk, rail trails and groomed wilderness trails make for a great escape to the country!
County of Brant Parks and Trails
Norfolk County TrailsTrails are an integral component of healthy communities which provide health, environmental, economic and social benefits. Trails also conserve open space, separate walking and bicycling from vehicle traffic (except in on-road bicycle lanes) promote public health through exercise and provide wildlife corridors.
For more information about the Trails including the History, please read the 2009 Norfolk County Trails Master Plan or visit the Explore Norfolk Trails website.
South Nation Conservation Trails