Trails in Uxbridge

ACTIVITIES: Snowshoeing

Kettle Pond Trail

Length: 1.1 KM

Difficulty: Easy

Activities: Dog Walking Hiking Mountain Biking Snowshoeing Walking/Running X-Country Skiing

Amenities: Parking

Accessibility: Partial Wheelchair Access

Surface: Asphalt Gravel

Trail System: Goodwood Town Trail

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.

Wilder Forest and Wildlife Preserve

One of the latest trail systems in the Durham Region! In 2007, Mr & Mrs William P Wilder [...]

O’Neil Trail

Length: 2.4 KM

Difficulty: Easy

Activities: Dog Walking Snowshoeing Walking/Running

Amenities: Benches Parking

Accessibility: Partial Wheelchair Access

Surface: Asphalt Grass/Natural Soil Compacted

Trail System: Uxbridge Town Trails

The trail winds through the woods, with a short loop that takes you to a beautiful shaded area beside the Uxbridge Brook.

Countryside Preserve

Enjoy a hike or bike ride through 140 acres of rolling meadowland, woodlands, wetlands, and ponds.

Walker Woods and Glen Major Forest

For information specific to mountain bikers, read here. Trail Information from the Oak Ridges Trail Association The Glen [...]

Durham Forest

A great selection of fast, flowy and technical single and double track trails.

Dagmar North Trail

A playground for mountain bikers! The Dagmar North trails vary in skill level, from green to blue to [...]

Oak Ridges 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.

Wooden Sticks Trail

Travel through dense wooded area, Elgin Park, and through the Estates of Wooden Sticks housing development. A modified “accessibility route” is suited to all ages and abilities.

South Balsam Trail

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.

Maple Bridge Trail

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.

John McCutcheon Way / Trans Canada Trail

Length: 2.5 KM

Difficulty: Easy

Activities: Cycling Dog Walking Hiking Mountain Biking Snowshoeing Walking/Running X-Country Skiing

Accessibility: No Wheelchair Access

Surface: Gravel

Trail System: Trans Canada Trail

This gravel section of the Trans Canada Trail crosses the Trestle bridge built in 1872 by the Toronto-Nipissing Railway. The restored bridge is a treasure and an homage to the proud heritage of Uxbridge.

Elgin Park

Elgin Park is a central hub with easy access to the town trails, a perfect picnic spot with public washrooms, a playground, bandshell, and home to many events.

Brookdale Trail

The Brookdale Trail runs parallel to the Trans Canada Trail and takes the user off road and into the forest with picturesque views, a bridge and boardwalk crossings along the way.

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