Explore the 230km between Killbear to Algonquin Parks


 Whether you walk, bike, horseback ride, or ATV/UTV/Dirtbike, the Park to Park Trail system has a trail for you.  From twisty former colonization roads, to manicured urban thoroughfares, to rugged rail beds; Park to Park has the trail for your summer adventure. 


The Park to Park Trail is closed to motorized wheeled traffic (ATVs and motorcycles) as of December 1, 2016, until Spring 2017. Starting December 1 Motorized use of the trail is restricted to snow machines (with permits).

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The Seguin Trail is a main artery trail that travels from Kearney West past Hwy 400. It is used by atv/sxs's, motorcycles, hikers, cyclists, sledders/skiers and dog sledders. In late August a massive rainstorm washed out two sections of trail. The first was about 20 feet by 12 feet deep, the second was 40 feet by 30 feet deep. This has resulted in a five km road detour. We have been working on repairing but are still about $13,000 short for repairs. Any funds raised above the washout repairs will go directly back into the trail starting with grading on some of the bad washboard sections

Any donation of over $20 is eligible for a Charitable Donation receipt. 

2016-11-17 (Update): The washout on the trail on either side of Tally-Ho Swords Road still requires a detour. Repairs are scheduled to start before the end of November. Please see the map below.

Note: Check our Facebook page for updates

If you are approaching from the west take Tombasco Road to Tally-Ho Swords Road and turn left, head up to 518. Turn right at 518 and follow the road through Orrville. You can catch the trail again, on the right, about 250 metres past the turn in Orrville.

Approaching from the east, turn left on 518, ride through Orrville, until you reach Tally-Ho Swords Road and then turn left. Follow along Tally-Ho Swords Road until you reach Tombasco Road and turn right. It will lead you onto the trail past the washouts.

The Trail Manager will be out on the trail today getting the washout fixed as as soon as possible. It may take a few days. Check out our Facebook page (Park to Park Trails) for updates.


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