Q: Where can I get gas?

A: Gas is available in several places along the trail including:

  • Petro Canada at Hwy 400 - Exit 214 
  • Kirk's Gas Station in Sprucedale
  • *Fetterly's in Kearney

* These gas stations require that you leave the trail to access the stations, so aren't accessible to underage riders.


Q: Where are the Seguin Trail access points?

A: You can access the Seguin Trail from several key access points including:

  • *Rankin Lake Rd.
  • Hwy 400 - Exit 214 (Georgian Bay Travel Centre)
  • Fern Glen Rd.
  • Rochester Lake Rd.
  • *Hwy 518 at several points (please refer to your map for entrances)
  • Sprucedale Community Centre

*These access points do NOT have parking areas immediately adjacent to the trail.  Local parking may be available, please call the office to confirm before accessing trail.


Q: What are the age restrictions for Motorized riders?

A: Park to Park follows Provincial Law with respect to age of motorized riders.  

Riders must be at least 12 years old or be under the direct supervision of an adult.

To ride along or across a road (as is required along many sections of our trail) a rider must be at least 16 years old and hold a valid Driver's License (a G2 or M2 license or higher).

Riders of all ages are required to wear helmets at all times.


Q: What about insurance and plates?

A: Yes, you need to be plated and insured to ride the Park to Park Trail network.  Also, it is a good idea to keep your Proof of Ownership handy when out on the trails.


Q: Are helmets mandatory?

A: YES.


Q: How difficult is it to ride the Seguin Trail?

A: The Seguin Trail is not a technical trail, and is a great trail for all levels of riders. Due to the remote nature of the trail and it is advisable for riders to go in groups, and carry extra fuel, in case of emergency.


Q: Are P2P Trail Passes issued to the rider or the machine?

A: Trail Passes are issued to the person, but can be used on any machine that person owns, by anyone authorized by the pass holder to use it. So, if you own 2 machines, but only ride one at a time, or have multiple users of one machine, you'll only need one pass. If you have multiple machines and riders, please contact the office to discuss a family or group pass.


Q: If I have a Park to Park pass can I use the Seguin Trail in the winter? 

A: No. Having a P2P pass does not allow you to use the Seguin Trail in the winter as it is a snowmobile trail. In order to ride the Seguin Trail in the winter you must purchase an OFSC Pass.


Q: Can I ride my ATV on the Seguin Trail in the winter?

A: No, ATVs are not permitted on the Seguin Trail between December 1st and March 31st.


Q: Are cars and trucks allowed on the Seguin Trail?

A: No unauthorized cars and trucks are allowed on the Seguin Trail. 


Q: Is camping permitted on the Seguin Trail?

A: No. Camping is not permitted on the Seguin Trail.  There is Crown Land accessible from the trail, please consult the Crown Land atlas to ensure you are not camping on private property.


Q: Where can I park?

A: Parking is available at:

  • Hwy 400 - Exit 214 - Vehicle Parking at Eastbound Trailhead
  • Hwy 400 - Exit 214 - Trailer and Additional Parking at Georgian Bay Travel Centre (may be restricted)
  • Tally-Ho Swords Rd.
  • Rochester Lake Rd.
  • Fern Glen Rd.

Please check to ensure that you aren't parking on private property.


Q: Where can I stay?

In the Parry Sound area:

  • Parry Sound KOA
  • Horseshoe Lake Camp and Cottages
  • Grand Tappattoo
  • Terrawoods
  • Comfort Inn
  • Parry Sound Inn & Suites
  • Quality Inn

In Almaguin Highlands:

  • Lighthouse Camp and Cottages
  • Edgewater Park Lodge

Q: What kind of machines does Park to Park use?

A: Thanks to very generous donation by CFMoto we have ATVs and SXSs to use for trail monitoring and maintenance.


Q: Where can I purchase a Trail Pass?

A: You can purchase your trail pass online or from a local vendor:

Parry Sound/Seguin

  • Comfort Inn
  • Parry Sound KOA
  • Petro Canada (Georgian Bay Travel Centre - Hwy 400 Exit 214)
  • Gordon Bay Cottage Store 
  • Gordon Bay Marina (Lake Joseph Rd.)
  • Rosseau Road Powersports and Marine
  • Forest Hill Grocery
  • Grand Tapattoo
  • Trailside Park
  • Horseshoe Lake Camp and Cottages
  • Quality Inn (Jolly Roger)
  • Terrawoods

 

Orrville 

  • Orrville Bakery
  • Duck Lake Store

Sprucedale

  • Kirk's Gas Station
  • McMurrich/Monteith Township Office

Emsdale

  • AHIC (Almaguin Highlands Info Centre)

Kearney

  • Rickwards

Huntsville

  • Mobile Marine
  • Muskoka Rentals