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St. Clair River Trail


Enjoy the St. Clair River Trail stretching 35 kilometers from LaSalle Line north of Corunna, south along the scenic St. Clair River to Port Lambton along the western boundary of Lambton County.

The on and off road sections of trail connect small towns and villages, waterfront parks, and numerous picnic areas with parking and washroom facilities. Take time to enjoy St. Lawrence Seaway ships, recreational boating and the natural beauty of the area.  

As part of the Lambton County Regional Trail system, the St. Clair River Trail connects to Bluewater Trails to the north and to the Chatham-Kent Trail to the south.  

For an international cycling route, take the passenger ferry from Sombra/Marine City or Walpole/Algonac  to connect with the Bridge to Bay Trail in Michigan, U.S.A.

https://www.stclaircounty.org/offices/parks/btob.aspx 

Details of surrounding trails

The St. Clair River Trail is an important link of the Lambton County Regional Trail System, designed to connect communities and conservations areas along with cultural and historical points of interest.

The St. Clair River Trail connects to Bluewater Trails to the north and to the Chatham-Kent Trail to the south.   For an international cycling route, take the passenger ferry from Sombra/Marine City or Walpole/Algonac  to connect with the Bridge to Bay Trail in Michigan, U.S.A. 


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