Latest Trail News
The Park to Park Trail closed to all motorized vehicles (ATV, motorcycle) for the 2018 season as of November 16, 2018. It’s time to let the sledders have their fun. (Note: a Park to Park Trail pass does not permit pass holders to operate a snow machine on the trail.)
Park to Park Installs New Trail Signs
If you are out walking, biking or ATVing on the Park to Park Trail System, you will now have a better idea of where you are. Thanks to a donation from CF Moto Canada's WindZone Program, volunteers are busy installing over 100 location signs and posts along the 230 km of trail from Killbear Provincial Park to Algonquin Provincial Park.
According to Park to Park Executive Director, Peter Searle, "The main objective of the new signs is for the safety and convenience of all our users. In case of emergency or a break down, users will now know better exactly where they are on the trail." The signs will mark all lakes, road and river crossings and other points of interest or services on or near the trail.
Park to Park is a registered charity run by over 40 volunteers including the Board of Directors and their many Trail Ambassadors. For more information visit ParkToParkTrail.org.
2018-05-10: Park to Park Trail is officially open as of today, and it's wet and muddy. Take care out there. 'Puddles' on the trail can swallow an ATV if you aren't careful. Check our Facebook page for up-to-date information posted by users and trail volunteers on trail conditions.
2018-03-28: Park to Park Trail announced an agreement with Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance to institute a OnePass permit that will allow users to use both trail systems with a single pass. This agreement is effective immediately. Click here for a copy of the press release which has additional details.
2018-01-01: The Park to Park Trail Annual General meeting will be held January 11th 2018, at the Rosseau Memorial Community Hall starting at 7:00 PM. The public is welcome to attend.
2017-11-22: And that's a wrap for 2017. The Park to Park Trail is being handed over to the sledders for the snow season. We'll be back as early as late March with information on when the trail will be open to motorized non-snow machine use.
(Please don't use your ATV on the trail during snow season, even if it looks passable. It wrecks the trails for sledders. Consider skis or snowshoes if you need to get out and play in the snow, but watch out for sleds, they move quickly.
With trail stretching from Georgian Bay to Algonquin Park, there are countless cliffs, lakes and streams to explore. Don't miss out on the incredible history of these trails, many of which began their life as the JR Booth Railway.
Don't miss out on what Parry Sound, Sprucedale and Orrville have to offer.
Something for Everyone
From walkers to cyclists, from first time ATV riders to pro mudders, the Park to Park Trails have something for everyone. Check out our trails to find the one right for you.
Explore The Biosphere
From the rugged shores of Killbear Provincial Park to the deep forests of Algonquin Provincial Park, the Park to Park Trail has a wide range of beautiful and unique natural environments to explore. Large sections of the trail fall into the UNESCO Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve, which is known worldwide for its amazing places.
ALL TRAILS CLOSED UNTIL SPRING 2018 - Follow us on Facebook to find out when we will be open
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Start Your Adventure
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.