Lots to see and do along Midland’s waterfront, with free parking, PMCL public transit from Toronto, etc. View the large Trumpeter Swan statue, the massive concrete grain elevators and artwork, and enjoy a stroll along a rail bed loop.
Nearby stores supply needs, a boat ramp puts your craft into Georgian Bay and the Thirty Thousand Islands to later explore or take the summer cruise ship, to add to your day in Midland. A geocache awaits those so initiated, skilled or novice. The trail accommodates strollers, walking, snowshoeing, wheelchairs, biking over this 8 km easy adventure into Ontario history.
Start from harbour parking lot. Walk past the statue of a Canada Goose. Follow trail behind grain silo the trail branches off old rail line to follow waterfront. End up at Peter Peterson Park. Just past launching ramp, trail turns left on old rail line. Make a sharp turn by wire fence, rejoin trail by grain silo and follow back to parking lot.
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