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JR Booth Trail


The Seguin Recreational Trail is a multi-use trail that boasts great ATV riding. The Seguin Trail is now managed by Park-To-Park Trail under contract for the Ministry of Natural Resources.

This 61 km rail corridor is the original rail bed for the Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway built by JR Booth in the late 1800's. It was an important route for moving logs to the mills on the Ottawa River, connected to the shipping yards on Georgian Bay and was vital in transporting grain from the west faster than by ships through the Great Lakes.

The Seguin Trail is an important linkage for the Park-To-Park Trail. It is the major east-west spine, spanning from Highway 11 to Highway 400/69, a distance of approximately 75 kilometres. The trail bed has it's origin from the former Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway.

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A multi-use Crown Recreational Corridor, the Seguin Trail is administered by the Parry Sound District Ministry of Natural Resources and managed by Park-To-Park Trail.


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