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Whether you are looking for that afternoon stroll or a challenging multi-day hike, you are sure to find an experience that will satisfy and inspire you. Bruce County offers countless ways to explore the interior or shorelines on foot.
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Brant Tract

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The Brant was our first property developed for multiuse activities and remains one of our most popular and diverse properties.

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Carrick Tract

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The Carrick Tract has some of the best hand built MTB single tract in the county.

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Lindsay Tract

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The Lindsay Tract is the largest of the County Forests consisting of more than 8000 acres, with 20 kilometers of multiuse trails.

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Albermarle Tract

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Locally know as the Albermarle Tract, this property is well known for its abundance of rock and technical riding.

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Saugeen Bluffs Conservation Area

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This access point is located in the Saugeen Bluffs, a popular campground just outside of Paisley.

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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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Inverhuron Provincial Park

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A heavily trafficked loop trail, that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is mostly used for hiking, walking, and camping. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

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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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Flowerpot Island – Bruce Peninsula National Park

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The trails lead you through woods, wildflowers and a sea cave to Grand flowerpots and the Flowerpot Island coastguard lighthouse.

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Bruce Trail

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Canada's oldest and longest marked footpath, from Niagara to Tobermory - the Bruce Trail connects you to the Niagara Escarpment.

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Cyprus Lake – Bruce Peninsula National Park

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The Grotto in Tobermory is one of Bruce County’s most popular attraction, a hot spot visited by hundreds of people every year.

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Singing Sands – Bruce Peninsula National Park

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Singing Sands is a part of Bruce Peninsula National Park and is located on the Lake Huron shoreline, There is also a short boardwalk and trail.

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Spirit Rock Conservation Area Trails

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A hidden spiral staircase down a steep cliff, ruins of an 19th century mansion, a secluded beach. The perfect place to go hiking.

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Cape Croker Park

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Situated on the shores of Sydney Bay, Cape Croker Park makes a perfect get-a-way for the whole family.

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Bruce Alvar Nature Reserve

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This 67-hectare nature reserve has two main vegetation communities that gently grade into each other – rock barrens dominated by a ground cover of moss and herbaceous plants such as lakeside daisy and wood grass, and semi-open coniferous forests dominated by jack pine.

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Petrel Point Nature Reserve

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Petrel Point has boardwalk from where you can view cedar, and orchids in late spring/early summer.

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Stoney Island Conservation Area

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These wide trails are sheltered by hardwoods, cedars and hemlocks. In the winter, they are regularly groomed and are suitable for both skating and classical (traditional) skiing.

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Sauble Falls Provincial Park

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This historic falls used to power a timber mill and generating station. Now flanked by immature forest, the falls are the end of the Rankin River canoe route - ideal for novice canoeists.

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Kinloss Tract

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If you're visiting Lucknow stop by for a quick ride or walk.

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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.