Barton Trail circles the Barton Farms community and passes by Herrema Fields with its playground and covered picnic area, through the residential streets, along woodland sections and by a pond.
Butternut Trail is a loop circling around the Butternut Village community. The paths are all paved, with the exception of the section around the pond. The route takes you through residential areas, including the original farm homestead and the magnificent Butternut tree that gives the development its name.
140 acres of rolling Elgin Park features a circular asphalt trail that has public washrooms, two playgrounds, a baseball field, Uxbridge horsemen club arena, Legion's club, town stage for events, woodlands, wetlands and ponds, criss-crossed by 6 km of marked trails.
Ewen Trail covers a variety of countryside and urban scenery, including three ponds, a section through Elgin Park, a route through some thickly wooded areas, and a walk along streets containing some of Uxbridge’s most historic homes.
Historic Trail winds through the oldest parts of Uxbridge, woodlands, streams, and wildlife. Six historical information plaques use historical photos and brief texts to tell about Uxbridge in “the old days”.
This gravel trail crosses the Trestle bridge originally built in 1872 by the Toronto-Nipissing Railway. The newly restored bridge is a treasure and an homage to the proud heritage of Uxbridge.
The Kettle Pond Trail, located in Goodwood, consists of two routes that provide a short hike from the Goodwood Community Centre to the end of Lapier Street. Take a fully paved trail, or a gravel route which encircles a kettle pond, providing a picturesque walk or bike ride.
Maple Bridge runs along the path of a stream, through lush woodlands with a number of wooden bridges. It is a single path, with a crushed stone base and has an easy connection to Quaker Trail.
A hiking trail spanning the Oak Ridges Moraine, a natural feature left behind by glaciers thousands of years ago, this trail passes through some of the most beautiful countryside in Southern Ontario.
Wind around the Quaker Village residential area and travel back through time with access to the Uxbridge Historical Centre. Features a pond, playgrounds and a wide grassy area for picnics and play.
Town meets country, with half of the trail winding through forest and reforested fields, and half along town streets. There are benches for peaceful relaxation and access to a pond and a children’s playground.