Oak Ridges Trail at Seneca College

EASY 17 reviews

Oak Ridges Trail at Seneca College is a 9.5 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near King, Ontario, Canada that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

9.5 km
123 m
Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly



nature trips

trail running





wild flowers


Beautiful trails through forest and along Seneca lake, past Eaton Hall. $2.50 for parking

trail running
4 days ago

Really liked this course minus the $2.50 for parking, not marked the best but now have a better idea of the route.

19 days ago

Parking cost $1.50 / hour. Trails are great for kids with some elevation. Bring bug spray as there are plenty of spots with standing water and mosquitoes. Recommend wearing older or hiking shoes as they are muddy portions on the trails. We followed white trail to Keele then attempted to divert to the blue. Ended up doubling back on blue and returning to car on white trail. We travelled about 6km in 2 hours with 3 kids in tow.

2 months ago

I took my 3 kids for a trail walk. the maps take you into the grounds of Seneca College where you have to pay for parking to drive into the grounds to start your hike. there are several entrances into the trails off of Dufferin but nowhere to park your car if that is how you have arrived. once we paid for parking and got in the trails were just infested with mosquitos!! we couldn't even complete 0.5km and were bitten everywhere! very disappointing.

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cross country skiing
7 months ago

excellent nordic skiing on a Saturday afternoon.

7 months ago

love this place for snowshoeing. variety of trails and terrain and very picturesque.

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