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

Great for a family hike

23 days ago

Lovely calm trail even on the weekends!

Great trail didn’t see any dog poop from what I seen , bring some bug spray lol . If you just stick to the loop it’s 30-1 hour depending on how your walking .

I started at the University end and after the first farm field it closed to a very narrow path with tall grasses/weeds on both sides. That wasn’t for me so I turned back after a bit. Based on other reviews I might not have had to go too much farther before it opened up.

Very nice, well maintained trail. The entrance is to the left of where it shows on the map.

trail running
2 months ago

Beautiful overgrowth green trail with a few small inclines throughout. Ran on a May morning around 8. Barely anyone on it.

Very beautiful trails , easy to walk
A little confusing at first as to where the loop is , trail forks off into many directions

Pretty forest and river but the lack of poop and scoop kinda wrecks it. Have walked this trail many many times and the dog crap everywhere gets worse each year.

Did a few loops very easy to walk

One of our favs

Good trail conditions, some muddy spots. Took the boardwalk trail which is missing half the boards due to rot, so a very muddy hike. Found out when we came out the boardwalk trail is closed, however, no signage on the trail to indicate this. Check the map at the kiosk in the parking lot.

5 months ago

Nice trail, paved and goes through nice areas. Continent to get to as well!

5 months ago

Nice trail back half hilly . There is lots of dogs off the leash and lots of dog

Beautiful cross country skiing today. The car GPS understands that 1822 Spragues Rd Cambridge is the parking lot, though there are two lay-bys at trail heads on the other side of the park on Beke Rd.

Easy light trail for a walk.. . chickadees feed by hand in winter

6 months ago

Have hiked this many times. It’s an easy flat trail up to the bridge, and after the bridge there’s usually very few people. That’s also where you’ll have a chance to spot birds on the Grand River. After the bridge the trail becomes narrower, muddier, and rootier.

Someone has fixed the starting location in All Trails. It’s correct now (from the huge parking lot behind Block Three Brewing). You can go much further than the highway 85 bridge shown on the map. Trail crosses private land through various farmers fields (please ensure gates close) and comes out at University Ave.

7 months ago

This tract can be very busy . It used to have a nice board walk but it fell into disrepair and was closed last time I was there . It illustrates the glaciation that has occurred in Ontario during the last ice age . Very nice forest cover with lots of dog crap . Of greatest interest is that this forest is part of the Grand Valley trail system . As a long distance backpacker it is a nice break from the road sections . You can connect to the Dryden Tract via the GVT to make for a longer more enjoyable hike . There is a lot of people and dog crap at Dryden too ! Enjoy !!

We were a little confused about where to park and how to access the trail, but once we figured it out it was quite enjoyable.

Small but beautiful. Great trails to run or hike on. Conveniently located in the city.

10 months ago

this is an ok trail - needs to be maintained better as the trail has very narrow/washed out areas which could result in injury (things to look out for: large farmers field rocks, all kinds of horse poop on the trail, deep mucky paths, thick woody weeds blocking the path, all kinds of unleashed dogs - on the non leash free areas, etc).

11 months ago

Great trail!

11 months ago

Rather flat hike.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

A trail to walk, not a spot to hike. But the scenery is beautiful, especially in the fall. Awesome spot for photography!

Sunday, April 30, 2017

We did this trail yesterday and at first we thought this isn't the trail for us but then it opens up to beautiful green space and walking through the woods we enjoyed it very much. Was a nice trail to do with kids and it wasn't too busy.

We drove to this trail to the access points and there is no parking. Looked very busy and just a paved path. Not what we were looking for.

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Great trail for the family

Monday, February 13, 2017

Nice paved trail.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

we loved it. will do it again but read the reviews on where the trail head is, on the northern end of University.hard to find- there were other cars parked there which helped us.

Saturday, September 10, 2016

The trail head is approximate one km East from the point shown on the app. Follow Bridge St East into University and look for the white blaze and trail on your left. The trail is beautiful. It heads North West and you end up downtown St. Jacobs.

Sunday, July 31, 2016

I also couldn't find this

Load More