Simcoe is Norfolk County's largest urban area and home to a lush park system, many heritage sites, restaurants and shops.
Sidewalks exist on all routes except on Elm St. All routes are relatively flat except for one hill on Argule St. and another on the west side of the cemetery. Take caution when crossing busy streets.
3 km - This trail offers beautiful homes, Simcoe Little Theatre, the public library and the town hall. Stop at the park for a rest on a bench or lunch on a picnic table.
5 km - This trail offers shops and restaurants in downtown core. Along the route is the Eva Brook Donly Museum, beautiful old homes, Norfolk County Fairgrounds, Whitehorse Plaza and the Lynn Valley Trail access.
5 km - This trail winds through residential neighbourhoods and the Oakwood Cemetery.
An excellent place to start is the Norfolk County Fair at 172 South Drive. Click on the Trailhead GPS.
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