A perennial favourite of end to enders, Port Hope is a charming heritage town with an excellent selection of B&Bs, shopping, theatre and restaurants. The Trail itself features the dedicated handiwork of volunteers that made this Trail possible including benches, bird feeders, gazebo and tributes to the community leaders who played key role in the Trail's development-The Keith Richan Walkway and the A.K. Sculthorpe Memorial Woodland Marsh.
It is also the start of the Apple Route, a scenic driving tour that will take you past some of Northumberland's best sites. Trail can be divided into two sections. Parking: King St. Parking Lot (near the Marina).
Information provided by the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail website.
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