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Clarington Waterfront Trail


The Waterfront Trail follows the shore of Lake Ontario from Niagara-on-the-Lake to Quinte West and Kingston.

Clarington's diverse waterfront features some 37 kilometres of wetlands, meadows, forests, bluffs and beaches. Highlights include Darlington Provincial Park, Darlington Nuclear Generating Station and the Samuel Wilmot Nature Area. Thanks to its recognized wildlife habitat programs, Darlington NGS provides a home for 870 species.

Much of the Trail is aligned along either the South Service Rd or Lakeshore Rd. Parts of Lakeshore Rd do not have shoulders and the speed limit is 80kph so care should be exercised. The trail through Darlington Nuclear Generating Station and Samuel Wilmot Nature Area is screened limestone.

 

Note for cyclists: Darlington Provincial Park has narrow gates at road crossings - may require cyclists to remove bags from bikes at several points. Off-road trail behind the Wilmot Creek Community between Bennett Rd and Cobbledick Rd is now open - detour along Highway 2 is no longer necessary!


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