St. Lawrence Recreational Path
For the outdoor enthusiast this recreational path stretches over 75 kms, the majority of which follows the shorline of the St. Lawrence River. The path begins in Lancaster travelling along the shoreline to Gray's Creek, and then travels through Cornwall to continue winding through the rolling terrain toward Long Sault. The path then follows the island causeway of the Long Sault Parkway and continues to the Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary in Ingleside, then arriving at Upper Canada Village Heritage Park.
From the Village, the path continues into the village of Morrisburg, with a section also completed in Iroquois. A new section has recently been completed from Cornwall north to St. Andrews. For a copy of our map please contact us at email@example.com. Future expansion is planned to extend East from Lancaster to the Ontario / Quebec border and West from Morrisburg to Iroquois. Information provided by the Cornwall website.
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Hiking & Walking, Cycling - Off-Road, Snowshoeing & Backcountry
Partial Wheelchair Access
St. Lawrence Seaway
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