Oakville - Waterfront Trail
This portion of the Trail features tree-lined streets, lovely homes, museums, two vibrant harbours, formal gardens and a system of river trails that run through wooded areas and meadows.
The Trail surface is a gravel path on the north side of Lakeshore Rd. from Burloak Dr. to Cudmore, and east of Belvedere to Fourth Line. The south side of Lakeshore Rd is for pedestrians.
From Fourth Line the cyclists share the Trail with vehicles using Lakeshore Rd. for 3.4km. Off-road trail resumes just west of Chartwell Ave. Parking at the Tannery Park off of Walker St.
Information provided by the Waterfront Trail website.
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Hiking & Walking, Running, Cycling - Roads & Paths
Partial Wheelchair Access
Greater Toronto Area
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