Penetanguishene Trails Info and maps
The Trail consists of limestone, asphalt and paved sidewalk sections with a total lenght of 4.8 km. Two other trails also branch from the main trail including the Copeland Creek Trail and the Discovery Harbour Trail. This trail leads to points of interest along the waterfront through beautiful Rotary Champlain Wendat Park and are never far from amenities. While exploring these trails, you are also experiencing the history of this area including Samuel de Champlain, Etienne Brule and the Huron Nation. Click here for and interactive map
Trans Canada Trail
This trail begins at the border of Tiny Township in the west along the waterfront of Penetanguishene connecting with the Town of Midland at Penetanguishene's southerly boundary.
Discovery Harbour Trail
This 3.0 km trail begins at the Historic Port of Penetanguishene along the waterfront heading east where lumber mills, tanneries and a grand hotel once stood. Trail is a paved asphalt trail that leads to Discovery Harbour.
This trail is a connection off of the Great Trail and heads along Copeland Creek over provincially significant habitat areas, and along Champlain Road. The trail is 1.25 km in length and has floating docks, bridges and crushed limestone for walking. It provides a great connection to the Champlain Road Bike Lanes. Click here for an interactive map
This natural trail has many loops in a wooded setting by the Payette water tower and covers 2 km. Click here for an interactive map.
This paved trail adjoining Tom Coffin Memorial Park connects to Edward Street and Robert Street West. Tom Coffin Trail is 1.1 km in length. Click here for an interactive map.
Town of Penetanguishene Trail Etiquette
- Expect and respect other users
- Know and obey rules and laws
- Stay on the trail
- Do not disturb plants or animals
- Do not litter, please poop and scoop
- Keep dog on a leash
- Respect private property and residents
- Be prepared, to ensure your safety and the safety of others
- Stay on the right, pass on the left
- Slow down when approaching other travelers, and yield to the faster traveler
- Be courteous and communicate with other trail users
- Champlain 3.8 km
- Fuller 2.7 km
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