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Detailed Maps & Tourism Info are organized by Great Lake west to east. 

Lake Huron North Channel

Newest 448 km expansion links 26 communities and First Nations from Sudbury to Sault Ste Marie and Prince Twp where it touches Lake Superior and connects to the Lake Superior Water Trail. Includes St. Joseph Island. Designated as part of the Great Trail: Trans Canada Trail.

Signage of the route is underway. Progress is noted on the interactive map with a red line.

4% Paths.  (paved and gravel)

77% On-road. Primarily quiet, northern roads along 12 heritage rivers, farmland and forests.

9% Gravel and 17% of Provincial Roadways including 6 sections (or 50 kms) of HWY 17 a major northern highway, which has high volumes of traffic and consistent truck traffic. Construction to pave shoulders on HWY 17 is on-going. Wait for the completion of this work before planning to ride the full route.

Lake Huron

Lake Erie

Lake Ontario

St. Lawrence River

Note: These maps have been developed to assist Trail users in planning both recreational and commuting trips along the Waterfront Trail. However, be prepared to make your own evaluation of traffic, trail and road conditions, and plan routes appropriate to your riding, and hiking skills and your comfort level. This map is not intended as a guide for children.


Lake Huron North Channel

-28 Maps organized into 7 sections

-Sudbury to Gros Cap (West of Sault Ste. Marie)

Construction to pave shoulders on HWY 17 between Iron Bridge and Blind River (23 km) will be on-going in the Summer of 2017. Wait until the completion of this work before planning to ride the full route.

 PDFMapsLakeErie

Click to download map section

Click community name for tourism info

01-Sault Ste. Marie and Garden River: Maps 1-2A
Lake Superior, St. Marys River

Prince Township

Sault Ste. Marie

Garden River First Nation


02-Echo Bay to Bruce Mines: Maps 3-4A
St. Marys River, George Lake, Lake Huron

Echo Bay (Townships of Laird and MacDonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Additional)

Desbarats (Townships of Johnson and Tarbutt)

Bruce Mines (Town of Bruce Mines and Township of Plummer Additional)

St. Joseph Island

 


03-Thessalon to Iron Bridge: Maps 5-6A

Thessalon

Iron Bridge (Municipality of Huron Shores)


04-Blind River to Serpent River: Maps 7-9

Mississauga First Nation

Blind River

Algoma Mills and Serpent River (Township of the North Shore)

Serpent River First Nation


05-Spanish to Massey: Maps 10-11A

 

Spanish

Massey (Township of Sables-Spanish Rivers)


06-Espanola-Nairn Centre: Maps 12-13

Espanola

Nairn Centre (Townships of Baldwin and Nairn and Hyman)


07-Greater Sudbury: Maps 14-15B

Greater Sudbury


 

Lake Huron and Lake Erie (Ontario's Southwest)

-30 Maps organized into 6 sections

-Grand Bend to Niagara-on-the-Lake

 PDFMapsLakeErie

Click to download map section

Click community name for tourism info

06-Chatham Kent (North) and Lambton County: Maps 25-30
Lake Huron, St. Clair River, Lake St. Clair

 

Lambton Shores (Grand Bend)
Kettle and Stony Point First Nation

Plympton-Wyoming

Sarnia and Point Edward

St. Clair

Chatham-Kent


05-Essex County and Windsor: Maps: 17-24
L
ake St. Clair

Essex North - St. Clair
   Covering: 
   Tecumseh
   Lakeshore

 Detroit River

Windsor

Detroit River, Lake Erie 

Essex South - Lake Erie
   Covering:
   LaSalle
   Amherstburg
   Essex
   Kingsville
   Leamington
   Pelee Point National Park


Pelee Island

04-Chatham-Kent and Point Pelee: Maps 13-16
L
ake Erie

Chatham-Kent

03-Elgin: Maps 9-12
Lake Erie
Elgin

02-Norfolk and Haldimand: Maps 5-8
L
ake Erie

Norfolk
  Haldimand

01-Niagara Region- Lake Erie: Maps 1-4
L
ake Erie, Niagara River

 

Niagara - Lake Erie
 
 Covering:
   Niagara Falls
   Fort Erie
   Port Colborne
   Wainfleet Township
Niagara Parks


 Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River  

-86 Maps in 7 sections

-Niagara-on-the-Lake to South Glengarry (Ontario/Quebec Border)

  PDFMapLONT


Click to download map section Click community name for tourism info

01-Niagara to Hamilton Beach: Maps 1-12
Lake Ontario

Niagara-on-the-Lake
St. Catharines
Lincoln
Grimsby
Hamilton along Lake Ontario

 


 

02-Hamilton to Toronto: Maps 1-16
Lake Ontario

Hamilton Harbour Waterfront Trail 
Burlington
Oakville
Mississauga
Toronto

 


 

03-Pickering to Port Hope: Maps 1-10
Lake Ontario

Pickering
Ajax
Whitby
Oshawa
Clarington
Port Hope

 


 

04-Cobourg to Quinte West: Maps 1-12
Lake Ontario

Cobourg
Alnwick-Haldimand
Cramahe / Colborne
Brighton
Quinte West

 


 

05-Prince Edward County to Loyalist: Maps 1-4
Along Lake Ontario

Prince Edward County
Greater Napanee
Loyalist

5B-Napanee to Quinte West: Maps B1 to B5
Along Northern shores of the Bay of Quinte

Note: there is no designated Trail between Quinte West
and Belleville and Belleville and Deseronto. 
Work continues to secure a route.

Greater Napanee
Deseronto
Belleville
Quinte West

 

 


 

06-Kingston to Brockville: Maps 1-11
Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River

Kingston
Gananoque
Leeds & the Thousand Islands
Brockville

 


 

07-Maitland to Quebec: Maps 1-7
S
t. Lawrence River

Augusta
Prescott
Edwardsburgh / Cardinal
South Dundas
South Stormont
Cornwall
South Glengarry

   

Important information:

WARNING: These maps, itineraries, and trip suggestions have been developed to assist Trail users in planning both their recreational and commuting trips along the Waterfront Trail. It shows signed routes of the Trail, as well as possible routes and connections in areas where routes have not yet been designated as part of the Waterfront Trail. The possible routes and connections have been identified in consultation with the municipalities and Conservation Authorities of Lake Ontario and from Trail users. Some of these possible routes and connections may not be ideal for cycling, in-line skating, or hiking. They may be unsuitable for some Trail users because of the close proximity to vehicular traffic or unsuitable trail surface. Whenever possible, indicators have been placed on the maps to warn of caution areas. However, be prepared to make your own evaluation of traffic, trail and road conditions, and plan routes appropriate to your riding, in-line skating, and hiking skills and your comfort level. This map is not intended as a guide for children.

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