Trail Care Day 2024

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June 1, 2024
Multiple locations across Canada


It takes a nation to care for the world’s longest trail network! And on June 1, we’ll be celebrating the thousands of volunteers across Canada who do exactly that.

Trail Care Day is a multi-location event happening in communities across Canada to get the Trail ready for spring and summer. Each event showcases a unique section of the Trans Canada Trail and calls on volunteers in the community to roll up their sleeves for whatever trail care activity is needed most locally — from debris removal and brush clean-up to accessibility improvements or art installations.

Join a Trail Care event happening near you. At each event, you’ll find dedicated volunteers, exciting activities and an opportunity to care for the trail that connects us all.


Check out a Trail Care event in your community

Edmonton: Amisk Wacîw Mêskanaw Trail (Beaver Hill Road Trail)

British Columbia
Victoria: Galloping Goose Regional Trail

Erickson: The Rossburn Subdivision Trail

New Brunswick
Fredericton: Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge

Newfoundland and Labrador
Conception Bay South: The Newfoundland T’railway

Nova Scotia
Mahone Bay: Dynamite Trail section of the Rum Runners Trail

Toronto: Great Lakes Waterfront Trail
Windsor: Great Lakes Waterfront Trail

[Postponed] Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts: Le P’tit Train du Nord

Haines Junction: The Pine Lake Trail


Trail Care is generously supported by Columbia Sportswear and Toyota Canada.

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Trail Care Grant Program

Each year, between April and July, thousands of volunteers undertake projects to ensure that all users can safely access the benefits of outdoor recreation on the Trans Canada Trail. Our Trail Care grant program provides funding for projects to improve Trail sections, supporting the transition from one season to another.

Learn more