Find specialized trails for different activities and themes. More trails to be added soon!
Trail Tourism List
Conservation Area Trails
Conservation Authorities and Conservation Areas protect Ontario's wetlands. In these areas some hiking, cycling and other trail activities are allowed.
County Forest Trails
Find your favorite trail in one of Ontario's many County Forests. County Forests and Forest Reserves are important areas where logging and land management takes place.
Great Lakes Waterfront Trail
The Waterfront Regeneration Trust has been in operation since 1992. During that time, we’ve made significant progress in making the trail a great place for people to visit.
Hamilton Cycling Routes and Trails
The City of Hamilton offers a comprehensive map of cycling facilities, points of interest and hiking trails: Bike Routes, Trails and Parks Map - Urban (PDF, 25 MB) Bike Routes, Trails and Parks Map - Rural (PDF, 20 MB)
North Hastings Scenic Routes
North Hastings Scenic Routes offers thirteen unique and interconnected routes, each with it's own personality and charm. Posted highway signs direct visitors, and help you stay on track.
Northumberland Paddle Routes
Northumberland County offers a great variety of paddling routes for the novice to experienced paddler.
Off Leash Dog Parks
Taking your dog out is great fun, if you are on the trail the dog must be on-leash. As an aid to dog owners that want to let their dog safely run free we are pleased to provide information on leash free dog parks in Ontario.
Ontario Parks provides an abundance of land for use for trails, and for trail activities.
Ontario Trails of Distinction
The OTD Program targets trails that demonstrate the best of what Ontario has to offer, helping to establish Ontario trails as a world-class system of diversified trails, planned and used in an environmentally responsible manner that enhances the health and prosperity for all Ontarians and attracts visitors.
Ontario Rail Trails are former rail beds that have been turned into trail-ways. Ontario Rail trails have gradual slopes, wide trail beds and are often multi and shared use.
Why not lace up your skates and go for a winter stroll - on an ice trail! Over the past few years these trails have gained in popularity, so grab a friend and ice trail. All over Ontario, in provincial parks, conservation areas, cities and towns, the hot chocolate is warming and your hands and feet will too - as you ice skate your favorite ice trail.
Trail Tourism Routes
Ontario trail tourism routes are activity trails that include a combination of trail activity such as hiking or biking with buttertarts, ice cream, quilts or breathtaking scenery that include trails.