Continue following the blue hiker/arrows trail markers. Cross at the Stone St. lights to James Brennan Rd., and follow it east to the fire hydrant just before the gate to the public works yard.
Follow across the ‘field’ path to the Stocking Hill Creek bridge, and proceed on path through bush to cross the Herbert St. extension. Continue on path to the old race track behind the Gananoque Recreation Centre.
Turn left and follow this and the path to the lights at King St. and Carmichael Rd. To return to the Trailhead, follow the orange diamond markers on King St. West to Talbot Place, then west on Garden St., which will take you to the Town Hall Park and the Trailhead at the Chamber of Commerce Information Office.
Information provided by the Town of Gananoque website.
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