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Starting on Bass Lake Side Road and continuing on the 8th Line, it’s no surprise where the name “Canopy Cruising” came from. Taking you through the canopied section of Bass Lake Sideroad, enjoy the scenic, windy roads and test…

Follow Waterview Trail and learn how Bass Lake park, a farm for more than 100 years, was transformed to a recreational area. Just west of Orillia – close to historic Huronia – it is a popular spot for swimming, hiking, fishing and…

This fun, and scenic route is great for cyclists of all abilities. Enjoy one of the most scenic routes in the entire County! Riders start on the tree canopied Bass Lake Side Road and are faced with a couple challenging climbs, such as the first…

Starting in the Town of Washago, Carlyon Loop offers rolling terrain for the intermediate and advanced rider. Follow the route through rural agricultural land and back to the beautiful Washago Centennial Park, where you can swim, play or picnic,…

Centennial Park is a seven-acre park on the shores of Lake Couchiching and is one of the jewels in the Orillia parks crown and incorporates the Port of Orillia, a busy port of call on the Trent-Severn Waterway. Amenities include: picnic tables and…

Beautiful local park your kids are sure to enjoy. Park amenities include: playground, basketball court, outdoor rink, picnic shelter, splash pad, trails and washrooms.

The Coldwater course is perfect for those riders looking for rolling terrain, challenging climbs, with plenty of stops along the way. Ride beside Bass Lake and enjoy the view of the water before passing through Marchmont on route to Coldwater. Stop…

The Copeland Forest is 4,400 acres with many kilometres of trails used for multiple purposes.  Owned by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forests. The beauty of this forest in all seasons can be enjoyed by a wide variety of recreational…