The Eastern Ontario Trail Alliance (EOTA) offers a trail network spreading from the Bay of Quinte to Algonquin Park. The trails wander past scenic villages, historic ghost towns and clear lakes and streams. They’re ideal for ATVs, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, hiking, canoeing, horseback riding, cycling, and birding. You can visit for the day, or stay for the week. You can even customize your trip with one of the EOTA’s Adventure Packages. The EOTA can also help you create the perfect route for independent travel.
Hastings Heritage Trail
The Hastings Heritage Trail is a four season recreational corridor stretching 156 km from Glen Ross in Quinte West to its most northerly point adjacent to Lake St. Peter Provincial Park in Hastings Highlands. The trail is enjoyed year round by snowmobilers, dogsledders, cross country skiers, ATV enthusiasts, horseback riders, cyclist and hikers. The trail is managed by the Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance.
This region also includes over 30,000 acres of conservation lands protected by Quinte Conservation and Crowe Valley Conservation.
Some of this land is developed with facilities for the public such as
washrooms, trails, and parking. Before hitting the trails, learn about
the hazardous plants found in our region: Hazardouts Plants Information Guide
Looking for “foot powered” trails? Here are some other trails and conservation areas to visit:
- McGeachie Conservation Area
- H. R. Frink Centre
- Callaghan’s Rapids
- Vanderwater Park
- The Gut Conservation Area
- Sager Conservation Area
- O’Hara Mill
- Eagle’s Nest Park & Lookout
- Lake St. Peter Provincial Park