The Kincardine Trails Association (KTA) was formed as a volunteer group in 2001 and to date has developed 28kms of trails.
The trail system was formed from existing horse/cow trails, former railway lines, historic paths, lakeside boardwalks and newly developed trails. The trails vary from lakefront to giant cedar forests, to riverside, to the tranquil feel of a secluded trail - right in the heart of the municipality!
Kincardine is known for it's wonderous sunsets and what a beeter way to take on in than by strolling alnogside Lake Huron on the historic boardwalk or rail trail!
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The lakefront trails also takes users by historic building like the icon of Kincardine - the lighthouse and also by the historic Walker House - Kincardine's Heritage Centre. Trails wind their way through the community and also connect the various sections of the community as a whole. Parks, Lake Huron, flora, fauna, peace, quiet, four season trails - Kincardine has it all!
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