Explore the best whitewater kayaking trails in Ontario with detailed reviews, photos, trail maps, and driving directions curated by hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Great marsh so close to home. Saw baby turtles, lots of jumping frogs, trumpeter swans, Canadian geese, fish, and a great blue heron. There are more trails here other than the Tiny Marsh trail and in total we covered 7km. Two look out towers over two parts of the Marsh. Some areas look like they haven't had much maintenance due to lots of vegetation growing on the path and holes in the trail. You need to watch your step. Still a nice stop over all.
Awesome trail! Very picturesque with views of Kettle Lake and board walks with look outs. It was a very easy trail to walk. Walked it in less than an hour. My GPS said it was just over 4km not the 5 it states. Started to get busier the later in the day so go early. Many chipmunks my son counted 22! I would definitely go again to either this trail or try the Bluff Trail which is in Awenda Park but 13 km in length. There is a day use fee but well worth the money for such a great trail!
Karlee T. on Talus Lake Trail
Incredible views from the top- beautiful beaches below
Shae I. on Shade's Mills Conservation Trails
Awesome. Very peaceful and relaxing. Lots of open space to BBQ. We swam around the lake, using rental life jackets. Option to fish as well!