There are several trails in the park. The Black Walnut Trail is open to hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders. Locate in Fonthill near St. Catharines, is a 735-hectare day-use park that has six-side trails along with the Bruce Trail, and contains two magnificent waterfalls. This interesting park had both dense forests and open meadows, and also has meandering creeks and gentle hills that are perfect for strolling on.
Black Walnut Trail, which has a relatively easy terrain with a few inclines. From the main parking lot follow the wide gravel path down that leads into the park. On the left hand side you will see a marker for the Black Walnut Trail, look also for the white blazes that mark the Bruce Trail. The park takes you through a meadow with wild flowers, pear and pine trees.
Directions: From the QEW exit at Regional Road 24 and head south through Vineland, until you come to Regional Road 69. Head east long 69 until you come to the paring lot. Look for the park sign that is set back from the road, there is ample parking here.
Information provided by the Ontario Parks website.
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