Stouffville Town Trail
The trail starts south of Main Street Stouffville (in Memorial Park South) and makes its way north through Memorial Park and up to the shops on Main Street. The trail continues north up the Stouffville Creek to Millard Street. Crossing Millard Street, the trail winds its way through and around the Stouffville Reservoir. The trail lends itself to a multi-purpose hike.
Connected to the new Library/Leisure Centre, a warm-up in the fitness room, swim in the pool and/or relaxing and reading in the library is ideal at the start or finish of your hike. Memorial Park is an excellent picnic area (with washrooms opened daily) and offers many activities for the whole family. On Main Street Stouffville there are opportunities for lunch or to visit the famous heritage buildings. The Stouffville Reservoir is 52 acres, rich in environmental heritage.
The natural footpath winds its way through assorted wood lots and around wetlands, allowing the hiker to explore some of the wildlife and bird watching that the Oak Ridges Moraine has to offer. A full day of activities and enjoyment can be found along this trail. Parking at the library on Library Ln. Information provided by the York Region website.
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6 km to 8 km
Hiking & Walking
Parking, Picnic areas, Washrooms
Partial Wheelchair Access
Greater Toronto Area
City of Toronto
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For more information, including maps, please visit our Web site at www.whitchurchstouffville.ca