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The Lindsay Tract Trails are located north of Ferndale on the Bruce Peninsula.

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Lindsay Tract Trails - # 28


Length: 20 km +
Difficulty: Easy to difficult
Surface: Hard-packed

Uses: Mountain biking, walking/hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, equestrian riding, dog sledding

The Lindsay Tract is Bruce County’s largest managed forest boasting more than 7000-acres of mixed hardwood and softwood. Trail development began on the property in 2008 and will continue over the next five years. After the park is completed they hope to have approximately 20 kilometres of single-track trail and 20 kilometres of signed double track trail including rest areas and handicap accessible trails. The property currently has 10 kilometres of single-track trail suitable for mountain biking and hiking. There are additional double track trails suitable for equestrian use, but these are not yet accurately mapped or signed. The Lindsay Tract is also home to the Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake and the Black Bear. Please avoid these animals if seen. Bruce County is committed to building great trails that last and are FREE for all visitors to experience.

Access: The trailhead parking lot is located off of Hwy 6, approximately 10 kilometres north of Ferndale on the west side of the road.

Contact: 1 800 268 3838

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