Celebrate Our Trails
These recreational trails are there to be enjoyed by you, your family, by all of us. So get out and use them! Walk them, hike them, bike them, swim them, paddle them. Tie on some snowshoes, pull on some ice skates, slap on some skis. Try your hand at geocaching. (For more information visit www.ontgeocaching.com.) Above all, celebrate the exquisite natural areas that surround us.
The trails listed on this website offer beautiful surroundings rich in plant and animal life. They are the perfect background for physical activity.
For trail etiquette and safety tips, visit the Ontario Trails website and click on Trail Life (www.ontariotrails.on.ca). Or pick up information at individual trails, your local Conservation Authority, or a Provincial Park.
For information on physical activity, sun safety, West Nile Virus, or Lyme Disease, visit www.kflapublichealth.ca or call 613-549-1232 or 1-800-267-7875.
Click here to download a pdf version of the KFL&A Trail Map.
NEW - Kingston Cycle Map - Click here for web version or visit the KFL&A Public Health office, any local bike shop or public library branch to pick up the full sized map.
You may pick up a Trails-at-a-Glance brochure from your local KFL&A Public Health office:
- 221 Portsmouth Avenue, Kingston
- 14209 Highway 41, Cloyne (613-336-8989)
- 41 Dundas Street, Napanee (613-354-3357)
- 1130 Elizabeth Street, Sharbot Lake (613-279-2151)
For multiple copies, please contact KFL&A Public Health Living Well line at 613-549-1232, ext. 1180.