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

on Kelly Lake Trail

walking
25 days ago

An easy walk with very pretty views. Good for spotting birds.

Beautiful trail with a small beach. Very easy walk. Can bike or rollerblade as well.

I wouldn't call this a trail by any means; it's a cycling/walking/jogging track. It does have a nice variety of inclines though, so if you're looking for a paved track while keeping an eye on your distance this is a good one.

Perfect for a stroll.

My favourite place in the city. Great for all seasons on the land or in the water. The chalet offers programming and any interaction I've had with the staff has been positive.

I spend alot of time here and in all seasons. It is the perfect place to feel like you're in the forest while still being, pretty much, in the middle of the city.

walking
9 months ago

Love the view. Love nature walks.

great exercise, but peaceful

My girlfriend, her son and I did the yellow loop 1 with scenic lookouts. Quick two hour hike with lots of climbing. Perfect activity before Thanksgiving dinner

Will be doing this trail a few more times before winter.

Nice trail

hiking
10 months ago

There are washed out sections thanks to a rainy summer however, this is still a great trail close to the urban centre and I highly recommend it.

trail running
10 months ago

good trail to walk and run. enough variety to keep you interested

hiking
10 months ago

lots of rock and water. I loved it. be ready for lots of hills. it was more climbing than my friends expected.

walking
10 months ago

Wonderful way to see the best part of Sudbury. Can be busy on nice days. There are numerous spots for beautiful pictures of Ramsey Lake. There is a gazebo for concerts, The Bell Park Amphitheatre, the main beach for swimming on the lake and Science North at the southern end. Some parts of the pathway are lockstone, some is hard-packed chipped stone and there are boardwalk type parts.

road biking
10 months ago

It's paved which is great for cycling, stollers, wheelchairs etc. Very few people for anyone looking for a quiet walk.

Completed the Thibeault Trail loop with entrance from Ida St. Was a total of 3.4km with two nice lookout points. See pics for trail map.

walking
Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Beautiful little trail that I had NO idea was even on my daily commute! Perfect for a hot day , short and sweet. ♡

Very happy with this trail. Nice hiking even with kids. Good exercise. Trail start not marked well though if your not familiar with the area.

trail running
Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Little muddy on the east side but still otherwise awesome as usual!
Careful on some of the boards - I've had them break on me before :S

Monday, May 15, 2017

Fairly simple. Close to highway unfortunately. Nice boardwalk

hiking
Thursday, May 11, 2017

it's like a new trail everytime

Easy walk with beautiful bridges! Wide trail well maintained trail.

hiking
Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Couldn't believe that such a nice trail could exist so close to town in Sudbury! Very rocky, but beautiful views sprinkled throughout, particularly at KMs ~7. Not overly crowded. Boardwalks were well maintained.

hiking
Monday, April 10, 2017

I did the loop april 8th and would recommend everyone to bring rubber boots as part of the trail is under water this time of year.

Thursday, September 01, 2016

this trail is great for hiking, biking and snowshoeing

Thursday, September 01, 2016

Perfect little backyard trail!

Monday, August 29, 2016

Love this trail. Lots of components. Rocky areas, wooded area and nice Boardwalk. Wear good shoes if doing the whole 10 km loop. Bring lots of water. Bring a camera.

walking
Friday, July 24, 2015

This treasure of a trail is located in the middle of a suburban neighborhood, but you would never know. As I took my first steps onto the boardwalk, I was greeted by a plethora of bird species, intense insect sounds and a beautiful view of Lily Creek and Robinson Lake. The hard-pack part of the trail goes through a small forest area with lots of blueberry patches and a tiny creek of crystal-clear water. The area was free of litter, well-maintained and for the most part, did not have any large rocks or protruding tree roots, which means a green light for someone with limited mobility. I only crossed paths with one man and three children. Before I walked there for the first time this morning, I honestly didn't expect much of it... The visit was very relaxing and satisfying.

hiking
Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Fun, lots of wild life and Gardner snakes... Many rocky hills .. Many trails along waters, good all round hike

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