Community Trails

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Be sure to visit our local community trails like the Lions Park in Mildmay or the Apple Rail Trail in Ripley. These community trails may be small in size but big in heart.
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Kincardine Trails

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The Kincardine Trails offers over 30km of Four-Season trail, accessible on foot, bike, strollers, ski, snowshoe etc.

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Bruce County Rail Trail

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The Bruce County Rail Trail extends from Port Elgin to Bruce Power and from Port Elgin through the towns of Paisley, Walkerton and Mildmay to the Huron-Bruce line. This 80km trail consists of ballast stone and A gravel. The County of Bruce has resurfaced sections of the trail over the past few years and expect to have the entire trail upgraded with A gravel by 2025. The following sections have been completed so far: Concession 6-Port Elgin to Bruce Power and from Paisley to Walkerton. 2021 re-surfacing improvements will include Walkerton to Mildmay.

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Huron Kinloss Trails

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The township of Huron Kinloss has 8 trail destinations ready to explore throughout the area.

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Hanover Park River Access

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Canoe Access
Free to Use
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Hanover Town Park is a large green space adjacent to the Saugeen River and is home to a canoe launch, great fishing, serviced camp sites, picnic pavilion and several play structures

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Mildmay Lions Wilderness Park

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The Lion’s club was given an Ontario Trillium Grant to restore this natural area, which is right next to Bruce County Rail Trail.

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Mildmay Rotary Park

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This beautiful park is famous for the ever-flowing well located under a gazebo at the north end of the park.

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Chesley Heritage Trail

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The Chesley Heritage Trail follows the beautiful North Saugeen River and rail line through the Village of Chesley, Two bridges offer views of the river.

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Saugeen Shores Trails

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Each trail in Saugeen Shores offers a unique experience, whether you are walking along the North Shore Trail from Port Elgin to Southampton, through the brush of the Woodland and Biener Trails or along the Rail Trail that follows the old CN line through Saugeen Shores.

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Walkerton Rail Trail

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Built on the old railway lines that ran in the late 1800s the Saugeen River Rail Trail is a year-round, multi-use trail that offers over 5 kilometres of beautiful scenic views alongside the Saugeen River.