Trails

Marmora and Lake is home to many great trails. Please let us know if you would like further information!

BRIAN GOODCHILD MEMORIAL TRAIL

This is a quaint trail adjacent to the river. It is wheelchair accessible and is open to walkers and bikers. It is not open to motorized vehicles. The trail is about three kilometers long.

memorial park trail

THE MARMORA MINE TRAIL

This multi use trail is open to all recreational enthusiasts. You can get to the trail v ia Mary St. or Highway #7. The trail connects to the Hastings Heritage Trail and is also part of the Eastern Ontario Trails Association.

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THE MARMORA CROWE RIVER TRAIL

This multi use trail is open to all recreational enthusiasts. You can get to this trail via Highway #7 and McLeary Road. The trail connects ot the Trans Canada trail System and is also part of the Eastern Ontario Trails Association. www.thetrail.ca

marmora crowe river trail

NAYLER’S COMMON

This wetland area was chosen for its many unique ecologically significant features. Although a majority of the property is swamp, it also includes fens, marshlands, bogs and forests. The three main trails in Nayler’s Common provide visitors the opportunity to observe different ecosystems and natural features. Visit us on facebook

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

Some of the trails within Marmora and Lake require EOTA trail passes.  Please contact the Marmora Tourism Centre for more information tourism@marmoraandlake.ca

 

EOTA – EASTERN ONTARIO TRAILS ALLIANCE

Visit www.thetrail.ca for information on trails throughout Eastern Ontario. Consider trying the Figure 8 Loop if you are in Hastings County!

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