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

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Despite being promised waterfalls, but presented with a technicality (the “falls” are teeny tiny), the views are absolutely stunning. Beautiful spot at the “falls” to dip your feet in. The cliff face was my favourite part. Trail itself is easy with some steep parts but very manageable. Lots of roots so watch your step! I would also visit the big green bridge behind the discovery centre - gorgeous views.

Beautiful and peaceful trail. Came here with my dog in mid-May before the park was open for the season. Very wet trail in the spring from all the melting snow, so definitely wear boots! The falls are a great place for a picnic.

Falls were very small. Onaping falls in Sudbury is much better!

Good trail. Saw some turtles. Has a beautiful lookout. Many picnic tables to eat before the short hike.

It’s a really nice trail, although not really well maintained. If bringing dogs, ensure to bring plenty of water because there is only a little pond that does not look that great to drink. Bring lots of bug spray as there are horseflies and deer flies.

I sadly didn't get too far before I sprained my ankle but there was excellent scenery from what I did see. Trail wasn't marked well but planning on going back and trying again when it's cooler.

Really nice trail. A few challenges for this older hiker. But with poles not a problem

love it....

my favorite walk....so close to home. amazing view

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4 months ago

Hiked this trail in late October and the fall colours were beautiful! There weren’t too many other people that we crossed paths with and the scenery was amazing!

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11 months ago

Very easy and travelled trail. Busy with tourists, but beautiful nonetheless.

Monday, July 17, 2017

Great trail

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Wednesday, October 05, 2016

Loved it! Beautiful views, hike was not too easy but not too hard. The trail is not marked well and can be hard to see. Loved the idea of it being partly boardwalk and smooth pathway for wheelchairs, walkers, etc. So that everyone has the opportunity to learn about and enjoy nature. There are little education posts along the path to educate you about the local flora and fauna.

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