Looking for a great trail near Oakville, Ontario? AllTrails has 18 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area or Spencer Gorge Conservation Area, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Pumping Station County Park or Aldorizo Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 11 easy trails in Oakville ranging from 1 to 6.5 miles and from 246 to 1,020 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!




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hiked the trail in the summer and loved it. Tried it in the middle of February and it was great! I had ice grips on my shoes which were helpful.

First time at this site - not disappointed. All trails were well marked - can't wait to walk it again in the other three seasons. Snow with some ice underneath in spots, but to be expected in the wintertime! Parking is a bit of an issue but if that's the worst thing I can say about it, then I guess that's pretty good. I would recommend this trail, for sure!

lovely trail, very icy today but the views are still awesome

The sugar shack loop was my favourite part! Seeing the old, dilapidated shack was interesting. Walking along the old stone farm fences at the end of the hike was a nice change of scenery too.

It was nice. I think it would be amazing looking at in different seasons. One more beautiful than the other.

trail running
1 month ago

Good hills in the loop tho I wish they weren’t paved so the whole loop would be dirt , also a bit too busy for my likes , but nice as close to Toronto.

Haven’t seen the entire trail. Yet. A bit too cold for me just now.

trail running
1 month ago

I love this trail . 10 k out and back - can get muddy and a couple creek crossings today after all the rain but great views.....a bit hard to find , park on Dundas by the school bus yard ( there’s a pull out ) cross Dundas ( carefully ) and you’ll see trail heading down at end of bridge .

The best thing about this place is the farm and the animals. Don't follow the trail on this app, use the guide when you get there because all the trails are actually separate. I like "getting away" when I go hiking, and everywhere in the park you can hear the traffic so it's not my fav place. nice hikes, some are wheelchair accessible.

I have hiked several times and went for my first ever cross country ski here, beautiful place, lots of trail options whether you want to have a leisurely walk or challenge yourself a bit. Has two fire pits that are always a treat in the cold. Bruce trail passes through, it’s just wonderful

It’s always a great place to walk. Clear the head. Enjoy nature.
Beautiful place anytime of year.

I think this hike would have a lot more to offer on a different season probably more wild life in this area. We had to walk a lot to see things. But still lovely to be out in nature.
This is an easy hike. Not a moderate as posted on the app There is no climbing involved.
There are sections with possible closures due to timber work and machinery but none were in our way. All safe from what we saw. I guess because we obeyed the signs.
There were detours we took the bike trails. Nothing complicated very little roots and rocks. It was easy. Great fun.

2 months ago

easy and quick...and absolutely beautiful!

A nice and easy trail with lovely scenery and information/education posts but not the most exciting hike. Perfect if you're just out for a walk and want some steeper hills.
I did run into a coyote once which made the whole experience more interesting!

lovely trail. gem in the city.

3 months ago

Beautiful views from the escarpment. Well maintained.

Nice but not that great. Wouldn’t do it again.

Lovely trail! Some cedar, some mixed deciduous and some pine forest areas. We loved walking along the edge of farm fields with cattle grazing too. Well-marked, very pretty and appropriately identified as moderate. It took us 1.5 hours to walk.

4 months ago

Short but beautiful trail.

4 months ago

I found this trail pretty boring. It’s not very scenic and it reminds me of a place teenagers would go to get stoned. I was fairly disappointed. It’s not lush and green with a canopy of trees, if that is what you are looking for. It’s a wide path more than a nature walk.

nice easy casual family walk along the creek.

all trails really needs to mark it's coordinates better. using ut's gps it brought me to someone driveway. I noticed there was a side road entrance but it looked extremely overgrown with a poision ivy warning sign. truly waste of a drive up to hike with the pup.

Always coming back to this place !

Always a nice place to visit!

Love that trail !

6 months ago

It's a really easy trail with beautiful look out points along the way that cross into the rattlesnake point trail. there's a shorter trip you can take, ~2.75km, if you don't want to do the whole trail.

Excellent for riding .

really pretty, very short trail and was really easy to complete.

A lot of forest to see and a long hike

Great views, easy trail

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