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Old Railway Bike Trail - Algonquin Park


The Old Railway Bike Trail is a terrific new family bicycle trail. For most of its 10 km distance the trail follows the abandoned bed of the historic Ottawa, Arnprior, and Parry Sound Railway, built across the Park in 1895.



Campers at Rock Lake and Coon Lake campgrounds at the east end and Mew Lake and Lake of Two Rivers campgrounds at the west end can bicycle directly from their sites to the eastern and western starting points of the trail. People at Kearney Lake and Pog Lake campgrounds, and Whitefish Lake Group Campground can also pick up the trail at its mid-point, by cycling through the Pog Lake Campground and across the dam on the Madawaska River.



The Old Railway Bike Trail is a great way to spend a few hours on a leisurely outing soaking up some fascinating Algonquin history and scenery



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