Explore the most popular stroller friendly 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.

This trail is one of the hidden gems of Richmond Hill. It is tucked into a corner of the park behind the soccer field. The most incredible part of it is going from a clear blue sky in the summer, then walking into the forest to look up and only see green leaves all over. It is a beautiful trail for dog walking and some photography. The only downside is the people who litter beer bottles and do drugs there after midnight. Regardless, it is beautiful.

Very cute short trail - great for kids.

Easy paved walking trail. Lots of city noise along parts of it. Nice for a walk without leaving the city.

No parking would miss it if following gps...
Definitely not what I thought when reading trail...

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

Nice trail, be aware you could find some homeless people on the way

Beautiful places to take some photos

So, you work in a high-performance academic health care organization and you get half an hour for lunch between otherwise back-to-back client engagements and meetings. Just enough time for a quick nature walk. See a loon, a monarch on milkweed, a mink, or a school of perch suspended off a weed bed, and you're recharged for the afternoon. These two trails represent any-day / everyday life in Sudbury to me. You may not choose to visit Sudbury on the basis of these two trails, but you very well might decide to live here because of them.

great hiking trails

Great trail easy not moderate. Worth coming year round.
Beautiful spot for lunch picnic that’s covered.
Need icers to have an easy worry free hike.

Love this trail

1 month ago

You don't need an app to use this trail. Simply park at the east end of Windermere - it dead ends at the entrance to the trail. There is a paved walking path with many little trails running off it, and they loop around each other, or terminate back at the paved path, or lead to the houses that surround this area. Easy. You can't get lost, it's not that big. I walk there 2-3 times per week with my dog. It's easy walking with no hills and no roots across the path to trip over.

road biking
1 month ago

Beautiful trail along river and through parks

Loved this trail! Well maintained and many different trails to choose between, depending how long of a walk you want:) we found a bunch of geocaches along the way too!

This trail is really wonderful and great for stroller or wheelchair...there are only about 200meters soft surface which maybe hard for stroller and wheel chair, the remaining are great!

Where do I find the veterans road entrance

A relatively easy trail along the creek. Stairs leading up to where you can catch the side trail. Great look out points!

This is my go to trail, being minutes from my home. Ideal for walking, biking and inline skating in some areas. I've spotted many deer, hurons, egrets, cormorants, coyotes, rabbits, otters, beavers snapping turtles, toads and snakes over the years. Even in the winter, deer like to come out of the woods, so always have your camera ready. Photo opps galore.

Did this walk on Oct 21, 2018 and I enjoyed it very much. There were two paths: one for pedestrians and one for cyclists. Very nice. I will definitely go again.

2 months ago

I used to love this trail and would go jogging early mornings at the Division road entry (Orillia). Unfortunately, someone decided it was a good idea to lay large sharp gravel along the whole trail. Forget jogging now, your feet get ripped apart. I tried to use a stroller there the other day and my son couldn't stand how bumpy it was, and my friend also commented that her feet were aching. This beautiful trail is ruined now for me. If you go, wear hikers or thick soled shoes. There are some nice streams and scenery on this stretch. The trail will take you to Coldwater if you take it to the end.

Very nice trail with great scenery. Paid parking is a bit of a deterrent, but sometimes you can be lucky enough to catch someone as they’re leaving who will pass their ticket down. Love this trail in the winter.

Several nice trails to explore. We will be back this winter to try out the skiing. There is an entrance fee if you don't have a pass.

Accidentally found this trail to start the Forks of the Credit loop trail, since we couldn’t find parking on a crowded weekend. Nice long trail, easy access to lots of other trails. Well maintained and not as crowded. Lots to see on this trail.

very easy trail, flat ground the entire time. Great views of the Lake.

3 months ago

Quite lovely. Nice walk along boardwalk to the grove. Saw some garter snakes warming up in the sun. Will come back in summer when nut trees are in full leaf.

3 months ago

One of many pretty trails. Easy walk.

3 months ago

Not very picturesque. Not much "nature". I could hear the hiway traffic the whole time.

Lovely trail, solid footing with wide path. Great for walking dogs and easy for children

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