Length: 3.7 KM

Difficulty: Advanced Steep hills and Narrow Turns.

Activities: Dog Walking Hiking Horseback Riding Mountain Biking Snowshoeing Walking/Running

Accessibility: No Wheelchair Access

Surface: Grass/Natural Soil Compacted

Trail System: Trans Canada Trail Uxbridge Town Trails

Entrance Location(s) & Parking Info: Parking off Elgin Park Drive (Elgin Park entrance – 180 Main St. S. Uxbridge, ON., L9P 1J2) and use the Ewen trail traveling East to reach the Brookdale Trails Trail crosses Main Street South (7th Concession).

Wayfinding Posts: All Wayfinding posts are oriented northward and feature a trail map, post numbers, and a "you are here" indicator.

Brookdale Trail Map

Trail Description:

The Brookdale Trail is a town trail that runs alongside the Trans Canada Trail system, offering users a scenic journey through the forest. This off-road trail is perfect for activities like snowshoeing, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing, thanks to its well-packed footing. Expect some challenging sections with steep climbs, but the trail rewards you with beautiful views, a bridge, and boardwalk crossings. Please be aware that the portion off Brookdale Road is frequently used by horseback riders, so exercise caution while sharing the trail.