Oakville Trail Information
Planning to escape to the trails of Oakville? These pages will help you find the trail you are looking for.
Iroquois Shoreline Woods
This woods trail totals 35 hectares and is the largest woodlot in Oakville. The looped trail is three kilometres long, with many exit points along the way.
Glen Abbey Trail
The Glen Abbey Trail connects all of the creeks, woodlots and active parks in the community. The trail is suitable for walking, biking and cross-country skiing.
Larry Cain Trail in Oakville Harbour
This trail is named after Olympic Champion Larry Cain. The trail extends from Hillmer Park to Tannery Park.
Oakville Waterfront Trail System
The Waterfront Trail is part of the Oakville Heritage Trail (see separate listing). This 14 kilometre trail starts at Samuel Curtis Park, Lakeshore Road West, east of Burloak Drive and follows the Waterfront Trail signs (along the shoreline of Lake Ontario). The trail ends at Arkendo Park, Lakeshore Road East before Churchill Boulevard.