Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails near Clarington with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

other then it needing some maintenance cause some of the paths are overgrown, the doggie absolutely loved it!

Nice trail to introduce children to hiking.

Very nice wooded trail. Easily can be done is less than 1 hour, a few hills but nothing too tough. Well marked except one spot when you come to a road, go right.

Lots of trails, beautiful spot!

my wife and I always hike the dog there. depending o your energy you can do 4km or up to 13km depending on the numerous trails you can take. one of my favourites.

Been here many times with my son and daughter-law and just love it.Close to town so very convient.Can be a pretty good work-out.

First hike......it was a grest challenge for me. In total we did aprox. 4.88 km as we went back and forth on one part of the trail.

Very nice trail. Not too many bugs. Abit difficult due to the roots sticking out of the ground, really gotta watch where you walk, all in all it was nice. Gotta pay to park.

Always loved hiking here over the years. Near town and usually not too crowded.

2 months ago

Great trails. Free parking.

Lots of trails to explore!

Great 7.5 kms loop. if you go left when starting feels like more uphill. nice and open. great for beginners.

we love coming here , especially in the winter! great trails!

Nice easy trail. We did it in early spring with it partially snow covered. It was a nice way to get a couple of hours in.

Nice hiking area with lots of trails ranging from short to day-long. It has it's own free parking area too!

Only tried out the one trail, and it was the middle of winter, but loved it and will be back to try out more :)

beautiful trails and nice for beginners like myself.

Beautiful hike, nice scenery, level easy terrain and wide trails for the most part. A few small side trails that you can choose from. Some hilly areas, but not difficult. On site parking was $5. Trail was pretty quiet (although we hiked on a cold November day). We did encounter some off leash dogs, although this is a leashed area.

Great place for little kids to run and burn off some energy.

I walked the the white tailed deer trail and saw a couple of deers. Excellent site I will being going back.

Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Amazing variety of trails. Ranging from easier to more difficult. Great spot for a good hike.

hiking
Wednesday, March 29, 2017

hiking
Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Trail was beautiful, loved the different degrees of difficulty that you could choose from, and loved that we were able to walk along each trail at different points. Lots of poison ivy, so staying on trail is definitely more than a guideline!! Parking accepts coin only, no bills no cards. Overall an excellent hike, especially for beginners

hiking
Thursday, June 16, 2016

It was very tranquil.

hiking
Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Good real nice scenery

hiking
Thursday, March 10, 2016

the first 1 3/4 miles are nice but the power plant is looming over you the whole time then you walk adjacent the 401 for 15mins.
to be honest i would say the best part is from fairway dr onwards.

it took us about 90mins and the trails are well kept but are used by dog walkers which the best part must neglect the scoop part.
lovley views of lake Ontario
lots of birds

hiking
Tuesday, May 20, 2014

The trail has a few different loops but heavy construction is underway currently. This should finish late 2016 with a full revitalization and connection with the waterfront trail. Additionally, significant damage was done by the ice storm.

hiking
Friday, September 13, 2013

Really nice setting. And a great place for biking.

walking
Wednesday, November 14, 2012

This trail is a really nice walk through the woods. The trail crosses the river many times with scenic foot bridges and large grassy areas for bigger gatherings. If you're looking for a sweat, you'll have to push your pace.

hiking
Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Extremely well maintained and marked trails. Variety of difficulty levels. Hiking loops can be completed independently or linked with/without returning to the start. Forests change from deciduous to evergreen throughout conservation area. Topography can be steep in advanced sections (I was happy I brought my hiking poles going down hill with a heavy blanket of fall leaves on the ground).

Directional markings so cyclists are always coming face on to hikers rather than from behind them.

Parking machine takes coins only.

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