Bruce, Georgian Bay & Lake Simcoe
Apple Pie Trail

Welcome to Ontario's Apple Country - a special place where the moderating effects of Georgian Bay and the Niagara Escarpment create perfect conditions for growing amazing apples - and baking perfect apple pies!

Saugeen Rail Trail

The Saugeen Rail Trail is a year round,  multi-use trail that connects Southampton and Port Elgin, Ontario.  Built on an old railway line the trail is easily accessed and used by visitors and residents alike.

Grey County Cycling

Grey County's winding and hilly roads are a perfect way to get out and explore the countryside, with plenty of routes to choose from.  Many country roads and even some sideroads are paved nicely for cycling.

Getaway to Grey - Cycling

North Simcoe Railtrail

Trail Length: 31.7 km. The North Simcoe Railtrail follows the route of the North Simcoe Railway, which was built in 1878 and primarily served the lumber business on Georgian Bay. The trail offers stunning views over the Minesing Swamp and the Mayer’s Marsh.

Orillia Millennium Trail

Trail Length: 9.5 km. Visualize a four metre wide ribbon of pavement stretching from one end of the City to the other! Imagine the enjoyment of being able to in-line skate, bicycle or walk from Wilson’s Point to the Narrows!

Oro-Medonte Rail Trail

Perhaps as long as 2000 years ago the area was populated by Native people, mainly the peaceful Hurons. French explorers, missionaries and fur traders travelled the region beginning in the 1600s. European settlers began arriving in the 1820s.

Penetanguishene Trail

Trail Length: 5.5 km. A vital Trans Canada Trail link between Tiny Trail and the Midland Rotary Waterfront Trail. Two other trails also branch from the main trail including the Copeland Creek Trail and the Discovery Harbour Trail.

Ramara Trail

The Ramara Trail starts in the south at the historic fish weirs that were built by the Mnjikaning First Nation people. “Mnjikaning” is an Ojibway word meaning “the place of the fish fence.” The trail follows the abandoned CN rail line through pastoral countryside.

Route Champlain

Since 2009, the 12 plaques of the Champlain Trail dot the landscape of Huronia’s most popular parks and trails. The plaques were selected as a snapshot of the location, facts and historical players and events from 1600 to 1650.

Midland Rotary Waterfront Trail

Connects the Tay Shore Trail from Ste. Marie Among the Hurons in the south through Ste. Marie Park and along the waterfront to the Midland Town Dock and Downtown Core and on through recreational lands and private marinas to the Mid Pen Link in the north.

Tay Shore Trail

A fully paved railtrail winding its way along the southern shore of Georgian Bay from Midland to Waubaushene with a spur to Port McNicoll. Some great vistas and a walk through history with interpretive nature signs along the route.

Thornton- Cookstown TCT

The Thornton Cookstown Trans-Canada Trail is a shared use trail between the villages of Thornton and Cookstown, Ontario. This railtrail travels through green pasture land and forests, and crosses the Cookstown Creek six times.

Tiny Trail

The Tiny Trail links the North Simcoe Rail Trail to Penetanguishene Waterfront Trail and traverses Copeland Creek with 11 new bridges replacing the old historic railway bridges, a railway park in a natural setting. Views of wildlife and a historic native burial ground. A 23 km multi-use trail.

 

Uhthoff Trail

Your journey on the Uhthoff Trail will take you through scenic wooded areas, over wetlands, crossing many streams. Observe the many varieties of barns. Trail is open to the public year round. Trail Length: 22 km.

Wasaga Beach Waterfront Trail

This waterfront trail starts from Beach Area 2 Park winding along the waterfront using some roads to link each beach.

From beach 6 onwards, the trail mostly follows Shore Lane.

Town of Collingwood Trails

Historically, the waterfront has been the focal point for the shipbuilding industry. Today, a series of interconnected waterfront trails offer a fascinating walk through the history of Collingwood through wetlands, parks and an arboretum.

Collingwood Waterfront Trail

Historically, the waterfront has been the focal point for the shipbuilding industry. Today, a series of interconnected waterfront trails offer a fascinating walk through the history of Collingwood through wetlands, parks and an arboretum.

Kincardine to Point Clarke

This 16.5 km (one way) route takes you along the Lake Huron shoreline and cottage row leading out of Kincardine, then up on top of the former shoreline, affording an overview of Lake Huron on one side, and flat to rolling farmland on the other.

Kincardine to Bruce Power

This 21.5 km (one way) trip leads through rolling farm country and while the shoreline is only a short side-trip away, Lake Huron is not visible. Inverhuron Provincial Park is along the route and affords some excellent hiking and off-road trails.