The Seguin Recreational Trail, part of the former Grand Trunk Railway, extends from highway 400 (former highway 69) – at the Information Centre, 10 minutes south of Parry Sound, then eastward to Elmsdale where it meets with Highway 11
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 k.
The trail bed's origin is in the former Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway. In the late 1800's, JR Booth constructed the railway through Algonquin Park to move lumber from the Ottawa River area to shipping yards on Georgian Bay.
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.
This trail also serves as an important link to the Trans Provincial Snowmobile Trail system and is a major ATV route.
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