The Waterford Heritage Trail welcomes you to our section of the Trans Canada Trail. We’re pretty proud of our Black Bridge, a 166 metre long high level bridge with panoramic views of the Waterford Ponds. Our bridge boasts a fully decked surface, guard rails and three overlooks. You can get to our Black Bridge via trails from Delhi, Port Dover, Simcoe and Brantford - which has trails extending to Cambridge and Hamilton.
However you get here, there will be lots to see from fields of tobacco, ginseng, potatoes and all the crops we grow here in Norfolk County. In adjoining woods and ponds there’s the possibility of spotting an eagle, beaver, turtle, deer, wild turkey, fox or coyote. Come spring we have wildflowers, in summer crops, in fall the colours and in winter we are so far south people could be out biking. So do come and visit us and we guarantee you won’t be disappointed.
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