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

Easy trails. Good for pets on leash.

off trail
washed out
4 days ago

We went on Monday, March 19 and it was beautiful and sunny, but the trails were super wet and muddy or covered in ice and some snow. But otherwise, didn't ruin the day - such a nice spot! First time there and can't wait to go back and explore!

6 days ago

Great trails! If you go in the winter be prepared for them to be very icy. Makes for a challenging walk for sure!

Had the intention to go hike last Saturday since the weather was beautiful!

We asked where the orange or any trail that’s usable start. Since when I phoned ahead I was told the red and the orange are only ones good for hiking.

The staff replied “oh I don’t know” others “I don’t have map to guide you”

We did no hiking. Just did the maple town syrup pancake. Pretty sad looking breakfast if you ask me for 8.75 small meal 1 pancake 1 sausage 2 oz of maple syrup and a small hot drink be hot chocolate or apple cider which was instant not the real thing either. Cheaper to have a breakfast somewhere else.

Let’s hope the staff in the spring are more knowledgeable and the and it’s has better signage.

off road driving
12 days ago

Does anyone know if these trails are open in the winter for ATVing

I love this park. Small park with big adventure. I have a full review on youtube

cross country skiing
20 days ago

Not as icy as they said it would be. Nice scenic views. Red trail has frequent but not too large hills. No set classic tracks, skate ski is a little narrow but doable.

Great spot for a winter hike!

Beautiful trail nestled in a residential area. Came across other dog walkers, families tobogganing and lots of peaceful views. Especially loved the fresh falling snow and the bubbling creek

Great trail, but cyclists please slow down


That was a great hike.

We snowshoed the whole thing. Amazing, such beauty. Busy trail. Lots to see and do.

People playing ice hockey. Others just walking around on the lake enjoying nature.

Some were setting up their section for ice fishing. Drilling their own holes before placing their fishing rods in.

Very nice people complete strangers chatting answering our questions since we were curious. What fish they can catch all depending on what they used for bait.

It’s interesting what we can learn from taking a few minutes to stop say hi and chat.

Filled in our snowshoeing time really nice. And very educational, but mostly cool I thought.

Thanks tommy friend she got some pictures for me to share.

off trail
29 days ago

scenic driving
1 month ago

This is a paved trail that runs along the 1000 Island Parkway and is easy to use for the entire family. One drawback is that the trail is on the opposite side of the road of the shoreline. Along the way there is a bridge to the US, beach and picnic areas, campsites, boat cruises, kayak rentals, and Thousand Island National Park. The parkway itself is a lovely scenic drive along the St. Lawrence River.

The is good for a hike but snowshoeing is not good trail has a good trail but not much snow trail is packed down and hard

trail running
1 month ago

Nice scenic trail, good variety of scenery. Not much elevation change, great for running or biking.

1 month ago

Very easy trail. Nice and quite on a winter morning. The falls are very pretty.

1 month ago

2 months ago

Fantastic trail, although I pout when I see how busy it's become.

Overnight camping is lovely, although it's becoming increasingly difficult to find fuel for fires at campsites. Keep in mind that while not an operating park you can still be fined for cutting down live vegetation. The wardens are cool, but they are serious about their park.

Enjoy the trail, but for the love of God, please help us keep it 'wild'. Pack in, pack out. Follow 'Leave No Trace' principles.

Trail was well maintained in the winter. stairs over the major bridge were well salted. Very easy trail mostly flat also did the hardwood trail that connects to this trail much more hilly.

2 months ago

Make sure your ready this trail is an ass kicker

2 months ago

Nice, easy trail. Falls are mesmerizing to watch. Great place for a picnic/snack.

We hiked the trail with our 6and 8 yr old daughters. Took us 1hr and 35min. Beautiful snow made this January hike a blast. Lots of great look out spots and photo opportunities overlooking lakes and marshes. If you’re staying in the park during the winter be prepared to add another 1.5km to your hike just to get to the start of the Cranberry trail. Then add that same 1.5 km to end to get back to you yurt site. Totally recommended however.

Two or three beautiful look out spots. Our 6 and 8 yr old daughters hiked it with us. Went in January. Lots of hard pack snow made the hike possible with boots. Snow shoes not required. Took us 1.5 hrs.

Very cute short trail - great for kids.

Walking trails, not hiking. Nice scenery.

2 months ago

This trail is a short hike for a great view. Although it’s an easy trail be ready to climb and expect rough terrain. Winter time is a lot of fun, well used so trail is often packed. May need snowshoes.

Brantford has some really nice trails that are well taken care of. This trail is now one of my favourites.

3 months ago

Very easy trail and beautiful!

We used the app to find this trail and it lead us to park in a residential area which was a little surprising but worked out fine. It was pretty cold for our dogs so we only went about 1.25 miles in before turning around. We didn’t get to see the Bay. Overall, it was a nice path through the woods with some small walking bridges and creeks.

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