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Description of the Area

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Grimsby people on the beachTrail passes along pretty residential streets, some of which feature historic cottages that were once part of a religious camp. The quaint cottage-style homes have been well preserved and are brightly painted. You can enjoy another piece of history at the Pumphouse at Forty Mile Creek Park. This facility has been restored to its 1930's splendour and houses photographs and panels explaining the area's history.



Local Map

Main Access Points (with parking) 

Grimsby Waterfront Trail

  • Pumphouse at Forty Mile Creek Park - located at Elizabeth and Lakeside

  • Fifty Point Conservation Area - located in Hamilton at the Grimsby boundary, QEW Exit 78 at Fifty Point Rd.

Resources, Local Maps and Connecting Trails

Local Maps

The regional cycling map provides a comprehensive guide to cycling in Niagara. Both the Lake Ontario and Lake Erie sections of Waterfront Trail are clearly marked, as well as the connections on the Niagara River Recreation Path and the Welland Canal Trail. The map is also available as an downloadable interactive PDF map for iPhone and iPad devices.

The Niagara Cycling Map is also available for download on an interactive PDF map.

Tourism Niagara’s Cycling Route maps. Developed in collaboration with the Regional Niagara Cycling Committee, the Cycling in Niagara Map offers six different day trips in the region. It is available in English and French.

Self-Guided Bike Trips

The Region and it's partners have developed an Online Library of Scenic Bike Routes, featuring hundreds of pre-selected routes, each one containing a map and turn-by-turn directions in PDF printable format. Check out this amazing resource at:

Trail Connections

  • Forty Mile Creek Trail intersects with the Waterfront Trail at the mouth of Forty Creek and connects to the Bruce Trail near the Beamer Memorial Conservation Area
  • Bruce Trail (www.brucetrail.org) intersects with Waterfront Trail at Forty Mile Creek Park

Tourism Information 

How to Get there and Public Transit Information

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GO Transit has daily bus service from the GTA servicing the Niagara Region. Each GO bus has a bike rack for two bikes. There is no additional cost to bring your bike on GO Transit vehicles, though rush hour restrictions are in effect.  In the summer seasonal GO Train service connects Toronto and the Niagara Region. Most seasonal service trains have specially equipped bike coaches.  For more information, visit the GO Transit website:
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Greyhound Station 

Contact Information

(416) 943-8080
4195 Dundas St. West - Suite 227,
Toronto, Ontario M8X 1Y4

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