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Savanna Biking Trail


Pinery Provincial Park     

This 14-kilometre trail follows a wooded path from the Park Store to the traffic circle. It then takes over the left side of the one-way Day Use Road, along the Old Ausable River Channel, and travels through the wooded landscape . The Savanna Trail then continues by turning into the forest once again. This section of the trail follows a wooded path to the Visitor Centre, where it exits the forest and runs along the left shoulder of the road, over the Store Bridge, taking you back to the Park Store.

Cycling has traditionally been a popular activity at the park and our picturesque bicycle trail will allow you to explore Pinery by pedal power. The development of the trail was a joint partnership between the Friends of Pinery and the park. Since its opening in June 1997, the bicycle trail has been used and appreciated by thousands of campers and day users. Be sure to check out our wide selection of quality rental bicycles available at bike rental building adjacent to the park store.

Directions: Pinery Provincial Park is located 8 km south of the Village of Grand Bend on Highway 21.

Information provided by the Friends of Pinery park website.



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