Northern Ontario International Trails Day
There’s a lot of Trans Canada Trail activity in Ontario’s North and near-North: the development of the Kinghorn Trail from Thunder Bay to Nipigon; planning the Path of the Paddle water route from Pigeon River to Manitoba; and developing a plan to connect North Bay and Sudbury. This is an exciting time for us and for our local partners!
Get outside on International Trails Day (or any day you like!) and see what this wild and beautiful region has to offer.
Dryden – The Wilderness City – 8:00 am to 12:00pm
Saturday, June 2 – 8:00 am @ Star Lake Parking Lot on Ghost Lake Road
Take a guided nature hike of the Mavis – Ghost Lake trails with local area naturalist Darlene Salter
Saturday, June 2 – 11:30 am @ Laura Howe Marsh Parking Lot
Ribbon and cake cutting ceremony to celebrate the Laura Howe Marsh Trail upgrades followed by a guided nature hike with local area naturalist Darlene Salter
June 2 – 9, 2012: Geocache Adventures on Dryden’s Trail System
- Register today at the Dryden Visitor Information Centre on Highway 17 beside Max the Moose.
- Visit http://experiencedryden.ca/guided-and-self-guided-tours-c1812.php to check out Dryden’s 53 caches!
- Visit www.nwogeocachers.comfor more information on Geocaching in Northwestern Ontario
For more information contact: email@example.com or call 807-223-2174.
Midland – Walk and Bike
Saturday June 2: Meet at the Midland Town Dock
Time: 11:00 am
Hosted by the Midland Parks & Recreation Department. Walk or bike with family, friends and neighbours on the Midland Rotary Waterfront Trail. Visit Huronia Trails and Greenways for more events in Simcoe County on June 2nd and 3rd
Nipigon – 2nd Annual Nature Walk and Bioblitz
Saturday June 2 at the Nipigon Marina & Recreational Trail
Time: 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Enjoy a nature walk while getting to know the amazing plants and animals in your neighbourhood, plant some trees, and have lunch all at no charge! Listen to the music of Rodney Brown, do fun nature crafts and have your family’s photo professionally taken in the great outdoors!
To register: Call 807-887-2895 or email Karin or Gordon.
Penetanguishene – Family Fun
Saturday, June 2 at the Historic Port of Penetanguishene
Time: 9:00 am to Noon
Bring the family out for a morning of fun! Watch for more details on the Town’s website, area newspapers and local bulletin boards! For additional information contact 705-549-6957.
Visit Huronia Trails and Greenways for more events in Simcoe County on June 2nd and 3rd
Sudbury – Rainbow Routes Hike Club
Saturday June 2: Bethel Lake Trail
Please meet at 9:45 a.m. at the Ben Avery Gymnasium (Laurentian University near the track).
For more information:
Hike Club Hot Line 705-674-4455 X 2474
Samantha.firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.rainbowroutes.com
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