Explore the most popular trails in Forks of the Credit Provincial Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Tip for beginners : walk on the far sides of the trail to get a footing on solid ground, and not slip.

Hiking this trail for 25 years. Loveliest in the fall but also heavily trafficked at that time. Shame about the break in the trail at the fall viewing area as the outer loop was great but you “can” be a scofflaw and jump the fence (a little treacherous in winter and tricky with two large dogs) or see the falls (south-west approach, generally clockwise loop) and then return, re-climb the hill, and hike the upper trail back (sticking to the left) and down the stairs. Official parking (north east corner) is $5.25 for 2 hrs. Or you can hike in along th Cataract trail from Mississauga Rd. I’ve never tried parking at Dominion rd (residential private dead end).

Forks of the credit falls trail is my favourite close to Toronto. More moderate than easy due to the uphill and downhill climbing, but the waterfall at the end is nice and you really forget about the city while you're hiking.

absolutly love this trail. one of my favorite in the area! so much to explore off the trail. all though you have to cross restricted areas. but if your risk taker its worth it.

Parking situation on a nice sunny weekend was awful. Official parking lots full and side streets were blocked off. Ended up starting way off trail. Once on trail, crowded. It's a nice trail but only recommend it as a week day excursion.

The trails were lovely and well kept but the parking situation was terrible. When we arrived we had to park in the overflow lot, no problem, however, once we returned from our hike we were blocked in! We managed to squeeze out of our spot only to become frustrated by traffic entering the park. Cars were parked on both sides of the street only allowing for traffic to flow in one direction. Overall a disappointing end to an otherwise lovely day.

It was great time to enjoy fall leaves. The lake was quiet and peaceful. It was light rainy and the little foggy weather made the scenery fantastic. Loved it. However, the fall was less impressive (disappointing).

Perfect trail for early fall.. some parts in shade and lots of sunshine area.At least two nice spots to rest at the river bank. Highly recommended trail !!!
PS. it is good to park on Fork on the Credit Rd,before Dominion rd, along the road, but watch for the signs, police is patrolling during a weekend .

Beautiful trail, rolling hills, huge pond with frogs and at the end of the trail we did a beautiful waterfall. I would say it was a difficult hike about 2.5 hours to the falls and back. Well worth it!

I would mark this trail as easy. Trail head is easily accessible with a big paid-parking lot. 1st half of the trail is fairly busy, rolling meadows, with lots of weekend-warriors. Once you get past the beginning half the crowds die down a bit and it's easy wooded trails with shady cover. Lots of opportunity to extend the hike with side trails. Keep an eye on where you're going as you may not notice and end up on a side-trail.

Small beach at the end, probably wouldn't swim in there..

Some beautiful trails and a nice waterfall to stop at for lunch, or spend the day by the lake.

The Dominion Trail leading to the falls was a nice hike. The falls are blocked off now, sadly. Trails need better markers for North, south, etc. I trekked almost the entire area as the north west side of the Bruce trail was also closed off. Enjoyed my day despite the rain!

it's a lovely trail. lots of intersecting trails so it's important to pay attention to where you are going. there's a lot of flat ground but the hike to the falls is steep and quite the workout. it gets slippery in wet weather. The falls are closed off and the trail doesn't loop around so it's a one way walk to the falls and back. it's beautiful and scenic with access to the river at various points. it's one of my favourite places to hike.

A great trail system, vert enjoyable.
Bruce Trail certainly an easy trail, Dominion has several steep inclines, water poles and steps. 20 seconds after reading the ‘no mountain biking’ sign, a guy went by on one. Very easy loop system to contend with, relatively quiet, with some out enjoying a hike, and then the odd walker going by in their Levi’s and fashion trainers. The coordinates when you click ‘Directions’ on this app takes you to the entrance on Dominion Street, which requires you to park on the main street and then walk across the bridge and onto Dominion, to the beginning of the trail.

It's a pretty good trail. Not super difficult, but it could be marked a bit better. There are lots of intersections which gets a little confusing.

really nice trail, I recommend going in the fall!!

A little too busy for me at 10:20 am and very steep up hills. Parking is very limited as well, and no benches by the parking to eat lunch.

Interesting trail and an enjoyable hike.

Some things worth noting:

The main user access point is via the access road at the NE corner. There's absolutely no parking at the indicated point on the map.

There's a fair amount of poison ivy along the trail margins. Make sure you can recognize it before setting out.

There's a break in the trail at the NW corner, at the falls. It looks like the trail got washed out. There are fences to stop people going past this point although the fences are easily negotiated and the trail's really not too bad if you're careful.

I have been hiking this trail since I was 14 years old there are all kinds of secret trails that I love here!!

Was here the weekend of May 25 2017. One of the nicest hikes I've been to in Ontario. The Lilacs added much to the beauty of this trail.

Was here the weekend of May 25 2017. One of the nicest hikes I've been to in Ontario. The Lilacs added much to the beauty of this trail.

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