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Couchiching Beach Park includes the town dock and sandy beach areas that attract many to Lake Couchiching each summer. This 14.5-acre park is home to many special events and features the historic Champlain Monument. Other amenities include: Aqua…

The Ganaraska Trail covers over 500 km of trail perfect for walking, snow shoeing and cross country skiing. In Orillia, the trail begins in Ramara, it skits the shore of Lake Couchiching and runs along the Lightfoot Trail system through the City of…

Old growth forests are wooded areas that have been allowed to mature relatively undisturbed. Within Grant’s Woods many trees are up to 200 years old. You can find this 1.9km, rare wonder just outside Orillia, on Division Road between…

This tour through Oro-Medonte is both challenging and beautiful. This route begins on the quiet Bass Lake Sideroad, but don’t get comfortable, because once you turn left on the 7th line the hills begin. Riders can test themselves against some…

Quiet park, great for families. Park amenities include: playground – basketball court – outdoor rink – picnic shelter and tables – trails – washroom

The Oro-Medonte Rail Trail is 28 km long and goes to the outskirts of Orillia. The abandoned rail line was turned into a rail trail which gives users the opportunity to explore beautiful Oro-Medonte along the way. The trail surface is crushed stone.…

For over 4,000 years, natives built weirs to harvest fish teeming in the narrows here between Lakes Couchiching and Lake Simcoe. Perch still spawn here, and anglers also come for bass, muskie and trout. The main attraction of this little park near…

A loop trail throughout the Matchedash Bay Provincial Wildlife Area, which is the largest marsh in the area, located just outside of Coldwater. The trail is 2 km, fairly flat with earth, grass and natural covering. Great for skiing and snowboarding.

This small peninsula on Lake Simcoe is an ideal summer playground for swimming, boating and fishing. A drumlin on the south side is topped with hardwood forest and drains into swamp and wetlands. Explore the Water’s Edge Trail and discover…

  This 15km trail is a system of paved and gravel trails serving the City of Orillia. The paved portion, known as the Millennium Trail, is part of the Trans Canada Trail System and connects with the Uhthoff Trail in Severn Township.