Manitoulin

Hiking Trails

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Located at the end of Beach Road in Wikwemikong, this trail is 14 km of easy to intermediate trails, spectacular lookouts and educational signage.

While you’re waiting for the Chi-Cheemaun ferry, or after you disembark, this trail is a great diversion.

The Bridal Veil Falls trail system is located in Kagawong. Although there is access to the trail system at Bridal Veil Falls…

Twenty km west of Little Current, with ample parking and trailhead off Highway 540, 3 km past the Bidwell Road corner, is the well known Cup and Saucer trail.

On Hwy 6, just north of Hwy 542, this private park offers a nature interpretive centre with three complimentary hiking trails through five different eco systems.

The Boardwalk Trail follows the town’s waterfront and connects with the Noble Nature Trail.

This approx 50 km trail runs from the Willisville turn-off on Hwy 6 through to Fort Lacloche on the Sagamok First Nation, south of Massey.

This trail is in Sheguiandah and is accessible from the west side of Hwy 6, just across from Paradise Motel. 

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Stunning Vistas

Check out Manitoulin’s most popular trail.

Is a 12km path that includes minimal elevation changes, a compact surface, trail lighting, benches and directional signage.

This verdant 100-acre park is located on New England Road, a sideroad off Hwy 6 mid-way between Manitowaning and South Baymouth.

Misery Bay Provincial Nature Reserve is a 860 hectare provincial park on the south shore of Manitoulin Island, a ten minute drive west of Evansville

Located at the lighthouse near Meldrum Bay are several short trails that follow the craggy shoreline over flat limestone ledges…

North of Silver Water, off Hwy 540, the Sheshegwaning First Nation is developing a 20km trail, which can be enjoyed in several sections.

The Noble Nature Trail is an easy to moderate trail that offers a 1.1km stroll east from its starting point at the intersection of Water and Bay Streets on the Gore Bay shoreline…

A First Nation owned and operated recreational park, Point Grondine has over 7,000 hectares of scenic natural wilderness landscape.

Right off one of Mindemoya’s main streets, Hwy 542, Wagg’s Woods is located almost directly across the street from the municipal office.