Ivy Lea / Rockport
Following the course of the St. Lawrence River, the 37 km St. Lawrence Bikeway is the designated Waterfront Trail in this area. Renowned as one of the Province's best trails, it connects you to several communities, incredible vistas and one of Canada's first national parks, St. Lawrence Islands National Park. Mallorytown Landing is the park's base. Rocky shoreline, mature trees, an interpretation centre, museum and washrooms are on-site.
It's a fabulous place to stop for lunch. Waterfront Trail signage was installed in 2004. Off-road, wide multi-use trail extending 37 km. Crossing the St. Lawrence Parkway to Butternut Bay Rd requires caution. Butternut Bay Rd. is a busy service road with little to no shoulders. Caution required. Old HWY 2 leading into Brockville has narrow or no shoulders and high volumes of traffic. Caution required. Terrain is moderately hilly. Parking: Ivy Lea parkway &Ivy Lea Campground Rockport Mallorytown Landing Brown's Bay Day-Use Area.
Information provided by the Waterfront Trail website.
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