For over two decades, the Waterfront Trail has assisted communities around the shores of the Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River revitalize their waterfronts and connect them with a trail now enjoyed by bikers, hikers, and joggers of all ages. Now the Trail extends another 600 km along the shores of Lake Erie, Lake St. Clair and the Detroit River. By 2017 the Trail is poised to extend to Sault Ste Marie along the North Shore of Lake Huron and continue to Prince Township where it will touch Lake Superior. The result is waterfronts that are regenerated... lakeshore communities are renewed... and lives made healthier. Learn more about the Waterfront Trail's history, read here and more about our partnership and projects.
The Waterfront Regeneration Trust is the lead provincial organization that helps complete, expand and enhance the Waterfront Trail. We work with 80+ waterfront communities, agencies and many other dedicated organizations who share the vision for a clean, green, connected, diverse, useable, affordable, open, attractive, and accessible Waterfront.
Your donation funds our work to make Trail improvements, close gaps, expand and make it easy for people to use the Waterfront Trail.
Make a secure online donation through our CanadaHelps page. CanadaHelps is a Canadian based charity that helps us collect funds. Electronic charitable receipts will be sent by email following your donation.
Or copy the following link into your browser:
Send your tax refundable donation to:
The Waterfront Regeneration Trust
4195 Dundas Street West, Ste 227
Toronto, Ontario M8X 1Y4
Call us at 416-943-8080
Consider making a raising funds for the Trail as a member of our League of Extraordinary Waterfront Trail Champions--a group of committed individuals who use the Great Waterfront Trail Adventure--our annual cycle tour--as a way to raise funds for the Waterfront Regeneration Trust. Learn how to become a Waterfront Trail Champion.
Read more about the how the Waterfront Regeneration Trust's work is building and enhancing the Trail in our State of the Trail Report.