Visualize a 12-foot wide ribbon of pavement stretching from one end of the City to the other! Imagine the enjoyment of being able to in-line skate, bicycle or walk from Wilson’s Point to the Narrows! Picture the pleasure of a wheelchair user being able to travel independently and safely from the North Ward to Tudhope Park to watch a baseball game! Well, now you can!
Former rail trail, access to Lake Couchiching shoreline, Centennial Park, Tudhope Park, moose Beach, Leacock National Historic site, Champlain Monument and downtown Orillia. Part of the trail is paved and parallel treadway is gravel surface.
The City of Orillia’s Millennium Trail is now a reality. Orillia’s official millennium project - a 9.5 kilometre shared-use recreation trail is now complete. The paved trail significantly enhances the attractiveness of this region for tourists, as well as promoting a healthy lifestyle for local residents.
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