W H AT T O D O Hiking & Trails The City of Belleville has over 17 kilometers of multi-use trails that are maintained year round, perfect for walking, cycling, running and rollerblading. Waterfront Trails
Kiwanis Bayshore Trail (2,570 meters) Parrott Riverfront Trail (1,610 meters) Riverside Park Trail (5,224 meters) East Zwick’s Trail (1,960 meters) West Zwick’s Trail (1,255 meters)
The Trans Canada Trail is one of the world’s longest networks of trails and is made up of nearly 500 individual trails. To date approximately 80% of the trails are connected. Once fully connected in 2017 the trails will stretch nearly 24,000 km from coast to coast. Belleville’s section of the Trans Canada Trail enters near Corbyville and follows north to Stirling. The trail is 23.5 km in length. This trail provides opportunity for hiking, horseback riding, ATVing or snowmobiling. Conservation Areas
just north of Belleville. School classes visit throughout the school year for curriculum based science programs. The 14 km’s of trails are open to the public dawn to dusk at this 138 hectare (341 acres) Conservation Area, owned by Quinte Conservation. Located at 381 Thrasher Rd. 613-477-2828, fofc.ca Quinte Conservation Quinte Conservation has the distinction of being one of 36 conservation authorities in Ontario and offers an abundance of recreational opportunities. Trails wind past fragrant orchards, open meadows and scenic woodland. Located at 2061 Old Highway 2 613-968-3434, quinteconservation.ca Vanderwater Conservation Area Vanderwater Conservation Area has 15 km of trails to explore with a wide range of natural environments from mature cedar forests in the low lying areas to hardwood and coniferous forests that cover the slopes and high ground. The Conservation Area is a popular destination each winter for cross-country skiers.
Enjoy limitless outdoor activities H.R. Frink Outdoor Education Centre surrounded by nature in a wonderful The HR Frink Centre is a conservation natural playground. area and outdoor education centre - 18 -