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Monday, August 25, 2014

Ontario Trail News - Trailwise

Ontario Nature

Ontario Nature protects wild species and wild spaces through conservation, education and public engagement. Ontario Nature is a charitable organization representing more than 30,000 members and supporters and 150 member groups from across Ontario.

Petawawa and Area Recreational Trails Association

The Emerald Necklace Trail System was designed as Petawawa's Millennium Partnership Program to explore our heritage, celebrate our achievements, build our future, and leave a lasting legacy throughout the years, Petawawa's settlers have formed the paths, which now make up the Emerald Necklace. The phases of the system will eventually unite Petawawa. 

Pic River First Nation Trails

The Pic River is a river in the east part of Thunder Bay District in northwestern OntarioCanada. It flows from McKay Lake southeast of the community of Longlac and empties into Lake Superior southeast of the town of Marathon.

Red Lake Recreation

Nature Trails: There are walking trails in the area for those who enjoy the calm serenity of a nature walkThe Red Lake Recreation center offers a wide variety of physical activities. You can try squash, weight training, aerobic exercise equipment, table top sports, and fitness classes.

Rideau Valley Conservation Area Trails

The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority is an environmental protection and advisory agency that works with local municipalities, government agencies, special interest groups and the general public. The RVCA strives to protect watershed resources. Our goal is to have clean water, natural shorelines and sustainable land use throughout the Rideau Valley watershed.

St. Catharines Recreational Trails 

Through a network of city trails, the Bruce Trail and Short Hills Provincial Park, there are more than 90 kilometres of pathways that crisscross the city.

St. Thomas Recreational Trails

St. Thomas Parks and Recreation inspires and assists community members to live healthy and active lives through parks, open spaces, facilities, programs, and services. 

Sandbanks Provincial Park

  • Three expansive sandy beaches that some say are among the best in Canada; Outlet Beach is perfect for families, with shallow waters and gentle drop off
  • Location jutting out into Lake Ontario means that this park is a bird migration hotspot in spring and fall
  • Walking trails that allow visitors to experience the dune and wetland habitats of the park
  • Great starting point to explore Prince Edward County known for its bicycle touring, wineries, food and antiques

Thorold Recreational Trails

The Parks Department is responsible for the maintenance of all municipal passive and sports parks and trails throughout the municipality.

Voyageur Multi-Use Trail Association

Off-road adventure awaits riders of everything from ATV's to horses on our first-class and truly multi-use venue. On more than 300 kilometers of trails, exceptional diversity, breathtaking vistas and points of interest that beg exploration are yours to experience.

Welland Recreational Trails

Outdoor enthusiasts marvel at the beauty and serenity of Merritt Island – a natural paradise located steps from downtown, between the Welland Recreational Waterway and the Welland River. On trails that are part of the Greater Niagara Cycle Route, visitors and residents alike enjoy walking, hiking, cycling, rollerblading or simply picnicking in the park.

Welland Recreational Canal Corporation

The tradition of the 'old canal' - bringing people together - continues to grow as we work with you and the City of Welland to build a bright future. With over 1,000 acres, 24km of trails and 12km of waterway this incredible national asset is a place where residents and visitors can participate in a wide variety of arts, culture, sports, leisure and recreation activities, and experience a unique natural and recreational environment within an urban area.