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South Huron Trail


Known as “Ontario’s West Coast,” Huron County is a special place to live and work. Here, urban amenities unite with rural benefits to make any one of our nine municipalities the right place to combine affordable, safe family living with business and career opportunities.

Heritage buildings, streetscapes and homes, 100 km of golden coastline, lush countryside, extensive walking and biking trails, excellent education and health care facilities, and an abundance of indoor recreational and cultural facilities are just some of the features that make Huron County a great place to call home.

The South Huron Trail has a four-kilometre all-season MacNaughton–Morrison section that winds through the picturesque Ausable River valley between MacNaughton Park in Exeter and Morrison Dam Conservation Area on Morrison Line. This trail is maintained for your enjoyment through donations.

In August the eight-kilometre South Huron Trail Run begins and ends at the South Huron Recreation Centre in Exeter. The course travels through the streets of Exeter for less than one kilometre, then enters the scenic and shaded trails of the newly-developed South Huron Trail. The course is rolling and includes some boardwalk and stone dust surface.


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