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Just east of Toronto

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Your Map Guide

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Come & explore. Lace up your boots, get on your bike – or slip on your cross country skis.

Trails & Adventure With so many four-season, multi-use trails, Northumberland is a top outdoor destination. Gently rolling hills and spectacular vistas provide a real breath of fresh air.

*Trailhead signage has a Quick Response (QR) code for scanning with your smartphone to load a map.

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01 Ganaraska Forest Visit this magnificent 4000-hectare, multi-use area with over 300 km of trails passing through sandy, rolling terrain typical of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Nature study, photography and orienteering are popular here. 905-885-8173 s 905.797.2721 (Forest Centre) GanaraskaForestCentre.ca

02 Spartan Ravine Trail This network of trails begins in Port Hope at Jocelyn St. (look for trailhead on south side) west of Crossley Dr. It connects with the Ganaraska Hiking Trail. 888-767-8467 (Port Hope Tourism)

03 Ganaraska Millennium Conservation Area Try this conservation area featuring approximately 2 km of meandering trails with interpretive signage. Roam around the old Molson Pond area, now a marsh with some open water components, located along the Ganaraska River. 905-885-8173 s grca.on.ca

Pass through groves of sumac, pine and maple trees on this 1.5-km trail. Highlights include crossing a sandy creek and an optional, steep climb to the top from the valley for commanding farmland views. 866-401-3278 (Northumberland Tourism)

06 Laurie Lawson Outdoor Education Centre Experience as many as 5 looped trails, each up to 1-km long through diverse habitats, including wetlands and forests. At the trailhead, take time to explore a magnificent section of red pine forest planted in 1968. 905-342-3851 s NorthumberlandLandTrust.ca

07 Lime Kiln Trail Take a short hike on this .5-km, cedar-lined trail. It opens up to a dead-end road leading to County Rd. 45. Cross the road beyond the gate for a hike down to Ball’s Mill Conservation area. The trail ends at Harwood Rd. 905-342-2810 (Hamilton Township)

08 Waterfront Trail (Northumberland portion) Take this 900-km trail from downtown Port Hope. You will travel east along the north shore of Lake Ontario, mainly on County and side roads. A trailhead map at the Cobourg Harbour will get you on your way. 416-943-8080 s WaterfrontTrail.org

04 Ganaraska Hiking Trail You will hike varied terrain, including rolling and rocky sections (when off road), along this celebrated 500-km route. The trail starts in Port Hope and joins with the Bruce Trail near Glen Huron. A map is recommended. 888-767-8467 s ganaraska-hiking-trail.ca

09 Lucas Point Park Take the opportunity to overlook Lake Ontario while on this level, chips-and-dust, 2-km looped trail. Highlights include a small arboretum, a number of bird species, and migrating Monarch butterflies in the fall. 866-401-3278

10 Northumberland County Forest See many interesting species of plants and animals – some quite rare. Situated on the Oak Ridges Moraine, the Forest is managed by Northumberland County to provide responsible stewardship and recreational enjoyment. Map can be found online. NorthumberlandCounty.ca/ForestTrails

11 Oak Ridges Moraine Trail Discover 275 km of main trail, starting in the west with a Bruce Trail link through to the Northumberland Forest (the longest wilderness stretch on this trail), splitting at Castleton and Warkworth. A map is recommended. 877-319-0285 s OakRidgesTrail.org s OakRidgesTrail.ca

12 Peter’s Woods Provincial Nature Reserve Discover this special area representing Ontario’s sole-surviving Oak Ridges Moraine “old growth” forest. The .8-km trail passes through a near-virgin, maple-beech forest and alongside a picturesque stream. 866-401-3278 s WillowBeachFieldNaturalists.org

13 Russ’ Creek Trail This forested, 5-km trail will take you through a former farming area from the mid-1800s – now home to a provincially-rare remnant tall grass prairie ecosystem. Start 1 km south of County Rd. 29 on Covert Hill Rd. First crossroad is Dunbar. 866-401-3278 (Northumberland Tourism)

14 Nawautin Nature Sanctuary & Wetland Explore this 5.31-hectare sanctuary, sheltering wildlife such as deer, fox, beaver, rabbits and birds. Discover a small covered bridge, several ponds, waterfront parks, as well as a pebbly beach that slopes gradually to Lake Ontario. 905-349-2822 (Alnwick/Haldimand Township)

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The information here is to give you a flavour of each trail. For more details on any of these trails, please go to NorthumberlandTourism.com


Cruise, paddle or just float your boat. Symbols Key/Legend All trails listed here are identified on the map by their corresponding numbers. The legend below identifies what each trail has to offer.

16 Crowe Bridge Park Once a thriving campground (please no camping now) this lovely trail welcomes those who want to explore the trails alongside the Crowe River. 705-653-1900 s TrentHills.ca

17 Seymour Conservation Area* Choose from 6 km of meandering trails – or tackle a more challenging route offering a spectacular view from the very top of an impressive drumlin. 613-394-4829 s ltc.on.ca

18 Ferris Provincial Park Discover unique trails in this 81-hectare park located along the Trent River. Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge is a breathtaking feature suspending 9 metres above the gorge, connecting the 5-km Rotary Trail (along the banks of the Trent Canal) to Ferris Park. 705-653-1900 s FriendsOfFerris.ca

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Take in a panorama of tree-covered drumlins, forests, uplands and valleys on this 2.6-km, wheelchairaccessible trail that meanders alongside Mill Creek. (Trail is accessible from the bridge on Main St.) 705-653-1900 (Municipality of Trent Hills)

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Boating Surrounded by crystal clear water, Northumberland is a boater’s paradise.

20 Goodrich-Loomis Conservation Area* Enjoy up to 12 km of trails, suited to hikers of all ages. Highlights include a cold-water stream, prairie remnants, a noted wetland, and oak savanna. 613-394-4829 s ltc.on.ca

21 Brighton Provincial Wildlife Area Take multi-use trails passing forests, grasslands, and streams that highlight this 392-hectare section of Crown land. See a magnificent 2.02-hectare pond that provides excellent habitat for a variety of wildlife. 613-475-5902 (J. Cassin, Committee Chair)

22 Proctor Park Conservation Area* Explore this 2.5-km hiking trail, through mixed forest and rolling hills. Access is from the north side of the ProctorSimpson Barn Theatre. 613.394.4829 s ltc.on.ca

23 Presqu’ile Provincial Park Discover why Presqu’ile shelters one of the most important wetlands in Ontario. Its position under a major flyway makes it ideal for birding and unique within the Province. Hike several flat trails here ranging from .3 to 3.8 km. 613-475-4324 s FriendsOfPresquile.on.ca

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Travel 22 km on this trail spanning from Hastings to Hoard’s Station. In Campbellford, link to the Rotary Trail along the Trent River and the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge. A map is recommended and is free by calling. 866-401-3278 s tct.KawarthasNorthumberland.ca stctrail.ca

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Travel rolling hills & picturesque trails.

Cycling

Cast off in one of Ontario’s most desirable fishing destinations.

Fishing

Enjoy scenic cycling routes recommended by local cycling clubs.

Part of the Trent-Severn Waterway, Northumberland has incredible year-round fishing.

Over 15 species of fi sh are found among 16 ideal fi shing areas. UÊ Cycling routes in Northumberland take you from the leisurely Waterfront Trail along Lake Ontario, to the more advanced hill routes with sweeping vistas of Rice Lake. UÊ Part of the Ontario by Bike Network (OntarioByBike.ca), we have many cyclefriendly establishments at your service. UÊ The Greenbelt Route, Ontario’s newest cycling route, takes you through the rolling countryside and towns of Northumberland.

Try the Train Try VIA Rail’s Bike Train service to Cobourg. Once you arrive, look for the Welcome Cyclists gateway sign to access the Waterfront Trail, Greenbelt Route, Rice Lake Ramble or Shelter Valley routes.

UÊ Cottage resorts are very popular here. Rice Lake attracts sports fi shermen and families alike. UÊ To the south, Lake Ontario provides excellent salmon and trout angling. UÊ Public fi shing is available at the Trent-Severn Waterway lock stations. UÊ Hastings offers the unique opportunity to fi sh off the bridge. UÊ The Ganaraska River is ideal for fly fi shing. Watch the spectacular spring trout and fall salmon runs. UÊ Try ice fi shing for panfi sh at Rice Lake, and for walleye and pike at Presqu’ile Bay.*

45 Linwood Acres Trout Farms Ltd., Campbellcroft 46 Ganaraska River (Upper), Sylvan Glen Conservation Area 47 Ganaraska River (Lower), Port Hope 48 Gage’s Creek, Port Hope 49 Lake Ontario 50 Rice Lake, Gores Landing & Harwood 51 Baltimore Creek, Ball’s Mill Conservation Area 52 Cobourg Creek, Cobourg Conservation Area 53 Hastings 54 Trent River 55 Mill Creek, Warkworth 56 Percy Boom

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To find out more about these exciting routes, please see the map side under “Cycling”.

58 Back Channel at Wilson Island, Trent Hills 59 Cold Creek, Goodrich-Loomis Conservation Area 60 Butler Creek, Proctor Conservation Area

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Relax & play your best game.

Bring your binoculars & be amazed.

Golfing

Birding

With spectacular drumlins and scenic views, golfing is natural here.

With more than 15 conservation areas, birdwatchers migrate here year after year.

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68 Warkworth s 705-924-2569s P C Salt Creek Golf Links

69 Warkworth s 866-924-1521s P S Pine Ridge Golf & Country Club

70 Warkworth s 800-465-3040s P C Timber Ridge Golf Course

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UÊ The map shows optimum areas you’re likely to see some unique birds. UÊ Countless natural areas, as well as 70 km of Lake Ontario shoreline, cedar bogs, rocky and sandy fields make Northumberland prime for birding. UÊ Visit NorthumberlandToursim/birding to contact the many birding guides who live in the area.

Presqu’ile Provincial Park With its diverse ecosystem and marshland boardwalk, Presqu’ile is noted for bird watching. It’s a major staging area for migrating waterfowl, shorebirds and songbirds.

Forest and Fields The Ganaraska and Northumberland forests have birds not typically found in this region. The Rice Lake plains surrounding the County’s forests provide the perfect opportunity to see grassland birds.

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