Huntsville, Lake of Bays and Algonquin Park offer great outdoor surroundings that provide a fantastic opportunity for you to lead healthy and active lifestyles. There is a great system of hiking and biking trails in the area. Here is your chance to embrace the area’s breathtaking scenery!
Ontario Highway 60, Nipissing
With beautiful lakes, rivers, and unspoiled wilderness teeming with wildlife, Algonquin Park offers excellent hiking trails, ranging from less than a kilometre to multi-day treks! These range from easy, flat trails along boardwalks to more difficult routes that climb over ridges to breathtaking lookouts.Read More
451 Arrowhead Park Road, Huntsville
Arrowhead is an incredible place to take a hike one of their many hiking trails. The five hiking trails are: The Beaver Meadow Trail, Stubbs Falls Trail, Big Bend Lookout Trail, Homesteaders Trail and Mayflower Trail.Read More
Echo Hills Road, Dwight
Whether you are looking for wildlife, planning a short hike, a fast paced mountain bike trail ride, or a scenic snowshoe excursion, you will find everything you are looking for in the Echo Valley Nature & Bike trails. There are over 3.5 km of trails consisting of the main trunk line and 14 smaller trails with varying degrees of difficulty.Read More
Grandview Forest Hill, Huntsville
The Fairy Vista Trail is an all season trail travelling through fields, forests and wetlands. It is for all types of recreational activity.
Hunters Bay Drive, Huntsville
The Hunters Bay Trail is a walking, running and cycling trail. It begins at the Centre Street bridge near and winds along the river, under the railway trestle, along the south side of Hunters Bay, through the Avery Beach Park and onwards. Enjoy the more than 450-foot sections of the trail that float on Hunters Bay. This is an ideal place to relax while fishing or swimming or just enjoying the trail.Read More
1088 Buck Lake Landing, Huntsville
Limberlost is famous for its varied hiking trails. Their development began more than 80 years ago. In total, Limberlost offers more than 70 km of woodland trails and extensive woodland roads, rated as to the grade and quality to cater to evening strollers as well as those seeking more strenuous exercise.Read More
Lookout Road, Huntsville
The Lions Lookout Trail can be accessed at the Forbes Hill Dr and Camp Kitchen Road intersection behind the Active Living Centre at the Canada Summit Centre. The trail follows Camp Kitchen Road along the Muskoka River to Fairy Lake. It then crosses the Portage Flyer railway tracks and heads up a steep slope to the top of the sports track. The view from the top of the track across Fairy Lake is magnificent.Read More