Enjoy beautiful scenery as you walk, bike or hike the many trails in Orangeville.
Island Lake Conservation Area
Enjoy incredible views as you walk along the trails at the Island Lake Conservation Area, part of a 332-hectare conservation area. With unmatched scenery, the Island Lake Trails are the perfect choice for a hike with the family, a ride with friends, or a leisurely stroll to take in the wildlife.
Town of Orangeville Trails System
Take in the picturesque beauty of Orangeville as you enjoy the health benefits of the Orangeville Trail System. The Town of Orangeville offers 20 kilometres of multi-use trails in Orangeville that connect to Island Lake and Monora Park. View a map of existing trails in Orangeville. If a bicycle is your preferred transportation mode, the Biking in Orangeville trail map will be a helpful guide.
This 40-acre natural park features 18 kms of multi-use trails in an undisturbed landscape. As you hike, bike, ski or ride the trails, you are sure to be impressed with the natural beauty of the surrounding environment. Read more information on Monora Park here.
The Bruce Trail
The Bruce Trail is Canada’s longest footpath, covering over 850 kms of trail. Crossing over meadows, along cliff tops and through picturesque and undisturbed wildlife, the Bruce Trail is a must for any hiker. View more information on The Bruce Trail in Dufferin County.