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Forest Trails

The Northumberland County Forest provides many recreational trail opportunities. Click on the icon
below to access information, maps and etiquette related to the different trail uses. 

 Click here to view the Hiking Section    Click here to view the Mountain Biking Section
 Clcik here to view the Horseback Riding Section  Click here to view the ATV Section  Click here to view the Off-Road Motorcycling Section
 Click here to view the Cross-Country Skiing Section  Click here to view the Snowmobiling Section

Click here to view the Snowshoeing Section

 

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Trail-Closed.jpgPlease be aware that there have been many changes to the Northumberland County Forest recreational trail system. Users are responsible for knowing what trails they can use. Maps of the designated trails can be found on each recreational use's page. Signage throughout the forest also indicates which trails are open for use. If you do not see a sign at the entrance to a trail, it is not a designated trail. Please help us conserve and protect the Northumberland County Forest and its natural inhabitants and respect and follow signage. 

 

Trail users are responsible for knowing where they are and what trails are open to specific uses and what trails are off-limits. Enforcement is performed regularly throughout the year by County by-law officers, O.P.P, conservation officers and volunteer patrols. 

 

Northumberland County Forest - users must sign

If you are using your own GPS to get to the Northumberland County Forest here are approximate latitude and longitude co-ordinates:

Beagle Club Trailhead: 44.096,-78.105

Morris Road Trailhead: 44.090,-78.102

Woodland Trailhead: 44.119,-78.092

MacDonald Road Trailhead: 44.102,-78.050

Carstairs Universal Trailhead: 44.122262, -78.109584

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