The Town of Greater Napanee is home to many trails. From walking, biking, cycling and more, there are lots of trails to choose from, both in and around Greater Napanee. Below is a list of all trails with easy access:

Driving Trails

Enjoy the L&A County Road Tour!

The guide provides the information you'll need to navigate a wide range of highways and roads and learn more about sites and attractions along the way. Instructions are plotted in both kilometers and miles with tulip diagrams for ease of reference.

Lennox & Addington County is the perfect place for touring by motorcycle. The 5 tour routes (3 located in Greater Napanee) are on well-maintained roads that offer a great variety of curves and rolling hills. The breathtaking scenic views are well worth seeing. Along the way you'll visit the charming communities and experience their rich rural flavour.

For more information, visit the L&A Rides website.

Cycling Trails

The Lennox and Addington County Trails include 12 looping routes, (6 located within Greater Napanee) consisting of 600 kilometres of paved roadway where you never retrace your path, yet can end where you began.

For more information, visit the L&A County Trails website.

The Waterfront Trail passes through Greater Napanee and follows Lake Ontario.
See the Waterfront Trail website for more information.

Walking Trails

Napanee River Boardwalk 
Follow the .75 km leisurely accessible waterfront trail from Springside Park to Conservation Park. Popular park with seating area adjacent to waterfalls. Gardens maintained by Communities in Bloom volunteers. Kiosk and plaques highlight local history. 

Check out the trail:

Menzel Centennial 

Our rural area of Roblin has a conservation trail, maintained by Ontario Parks. The Menzel Centennial trail is approximately 17 km northwest of the urban area of Greater Napanee. 

The 627 ha nature reserve located in the headwaters of Otter Creek of the Salmon River system, protects one of the largest examples of open and treed fen in southeastern Ontario. Fens, which are rare in southern Ontario, are botanically rich wetlands found mostly in large shallow depressions in the landscape. In the middle of the reserve is Mud Lake, a shallow water body, surrounded by 19 different natural habitats. The nature reserve protects significant wildlife species, including the Olive Hairstreak Butterfly and Cooperís Hawk. Protection of the natural area was made possible through a generous donation from Bill Menzel through the Ontario Parks Legacy 2000 program, a partnership between Ontario Parks and The Nature Conservancy of Canada. Additional funding and support was provided by Environment Canada, through the Eastern Habitat Joint Venture program, and the Ontario Heritage Foundation.

This trail is great for hiking and dog walking. Learn more on the Ontario Parks' website.

Here's a sneak peek of the beautiful Menzel Centennial:



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