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

The trails are nice but could be marked better

Serene, nice walk.

Nice trail, beautiful birds can be seen on this trail.

walking
25 days ago

Beautiful walk by the water

need a solid community clean or put some of those fee towards maintaince of the trail. Did the hike last weekend and was utterly surprised by the amount of junk in the bush

hiking
1 month ago

Nice walk, still a bit muddy.

hiking
3 months ago

HIKERS BE WARE!!! Especially hikers with dogs off leash!!!!

I was on the trail this afternoon around 1-1:30pm and there was a pack of 5 coyotes active and on the move. Like so active and close to people ... very scary!!!

even though this trail is listed as easy, there are quit a bit of stairs and hills. When wet, trail can be muddy and slippery.

great trail but stay aware. there are so many smaller deer trails shooting off along the way, one could get lost easily

walking
7 months ago

Pretty high traffic trail, but it is well maintained.

here is a link to a better map and wonderful description of Kilally Meadows

http://thamesriver.on.ca/parks-recreation-natural-areas/londons-esas/kilally-meadows/

here is a wonderful description of Sifton Bog and better map

http://thamesriver.on.ca/parks-recreation-natural-areas/londons-esas/sifton-bog/

trail running
8 months ago

This is by far the best long trail in the area. Wide variety of different terrain. It doesn’t have much elevation but enough to stay interesting!

Did the the trail a few weekends ago with a buddy.Really liked it started at 6:30am done around 11:30am.

8 months ago

fun

on Meadowlily Trail

hiking
9 months ago

The trail was good, but the new development on the southern edge has ripped apart the trail there, which made trying to traverse the trail next to impossible.

hi there do you allow horse back riding on these trails???

walking
9 months ago

Easy walk on mostly boardwalk with a pretty lookout at the end. Great for young kids.

This is my favourite local trail! Great for dogs and kids. Went yesterday and didn't see any signage regarding the trail being closed due to poison Ivey but there's a lot of it in there. ALOT! But if you stay to the path you'll be fine.

I went and the trail said it was closed due to poison ivy. Just used the smaller easier trail across the bridge.. looped around a few times.

Currently CLOSED due to Poison Ivy
Attempted to use trail today but entrance is blocked

backpacking
9 months ago

So I'm standing at the gate house to pay my $7:00 fee to hike the other side of the reservoir . Girl says $13:00 and I say no I'm paying for a pedestrian pass . She says is that your car over there ? I said no that is my ride I'm being dropped off at the Thorndale end so I can face the oncoming bike traffic . She says it"s still $13:00 to park up there . Wow do I need to call ahead to talk to someone intelligent . So I finally get my pedestrian pass just to find out later the other three people I run into hiking hadn't paid anything and never do ?? They were walking the wrong direction too and I almost got run over hiking the right direction ?? So my $7:00 is supposed to used on trail maintenance . I saw a garbage can that looks like it has hasn't been emptied in years , signs I couldn't read because they were weathered so badly and unfriendly people along the road sections . The speeding bikes is a whole different matter . If you don't walk facing this traffic you are going to get hit !! I have done both side now and there are some nice views but I will never go back . There are many many better trails in Ontario that cost nothing . Save your $7:00 or $13:00 and go to another trail ! Good luck on this one !!

It's short and easy, but going to the bog is like going to a cottage lake in the city.

nicely maintained trail up until a point and then the trail gets rather overgrown.

Very slippery when wet and kind of confusing for a new trailer to navigate. But loved the varying elevations, and mixed views of the woods and water.

mountain biking
11 months ago

Nice trail, well maintained, make sure you pay for your pass, if caught without it you will be fined. It is best if you enter through the main gate and pay there, it is safest as far as not getting the fine, the small payment is what keeps the trail in such good condition.

backpacking
Thursday, May 11, 2017

Make sure you pay your park fee if coming into trail system from anywhere but the gatehouse . Pedestrian fee is $7.00 , don't let them rip you off , they tried to charge me $13.00 car fee . They said I had to get there in a car , I said no I'm hiking in from the road . They said you can't park on the road , I said I'm being dropped off . They also informed me that if you get caught without a park pass you will be charged with trespassing period . All this is just NASTY and I haven't even got to the trail yet . This encounter won't lower your blood pressure . If I had to pay $7.00 for every 11.2 Km I hiked I would be broke . Your Upper Thames Valley Trail membership won't help you either you still have to pay .Trail was OK but not worth $7.00 or the hassle . I couldn't imagine the problems if you were stopped without a pass . Good luck on this one !!

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Started at the First Nation's museum on the north side of Snake Creek. The next time I'll try crossing the creek to get on the proper trail.

walking
Sunday, April 23, 2017

Great trail, if walking watch and listen for mountain bikes coming down hills.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Nice trail! A little tricky to find out where to go when you hit the field but that's why I love this app to help guide me.

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