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Find your trail section and how to access by trail section below.
Park to Park Trail covers more than 200km with several different sections. Select your desire section below to learn more about that section and how to access it.
If you are new to the trail network, you can view our complete map to determine your preferred section.
Most Popular Trails
The Seguin Trail is the 'heart' of the Park to Park system and runs from Hwy 69 through to Hwy 11largely along the bed of an old railway with iconic views of central Ontario.
ROSE POINT TRAIL
The Rose Point Trail is an extension of the Seguin Trail and is primarily a non-motorized section used by hikers and cyclists. ATVs and Side-bySides are permitted on the trail, but motorcycles are not.
The Parry Sound area is home to the Park to Park head office and the trail heads so some of the best known trails in the Park to Park network, including the Rotary Algonquin Regiment Fitness Trail (known locally as the Fitness Trail) in Parry Sound, the Rose Point Trail in Seguin Township and the Seguin Trail, the best known of all our trails.
In addition there are some lesser known trails in the region, including the recently completed Muskiig Trail which travels through the wilds of Carling Township and the Guncotton Trail, the newly built trail along side Nobel Road (formerly Highway 69) through the village of Nobel, former home to the CIL Plant, which manufactured explosives, including guncotton and Cordite during both World Wars.
The Almaguin Higlands are home to our most adventurous trails, the Seguin Trail, the Old Bethune Trail and Settler’s Trail. These are a selection of old rail beds and colonization roads that show the history of the region.
Transitioning from the wilds of the Almaguin Highlands to the Town of Huntsville, then back out to Algonquin Park, the trails in the Muskoka zone range from dirt tracks for hiking to paved cycling routes and everything in-between. Currently, the District Municipality of Muskoka does not permit ATVs/UTVs/Dirtbikes on their roads or trails so this area is exclusively non-motorized.