Norfolk County Ontario’s Garden
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Bike Trail

Where are the Norfolk Trails?

Norfolk’s trails are located throughout the County. Networks of trails begin in Simcoe, the county’s largest urban centre; and Turkey Point, which is a bit off the beaten track. Check out our trail maps section for more information on where each trail is located!

Ontario by Bike

Ontario By Bike

For cyclists, the Ontario By Bike™ Network offers a variety of information on cycling in Ontario, inspiring visitors and residents to explore more by bike. Find great places to cycle, links to useful cycling maps and plan your day trip or multi day cycling itineraries with stops at certified bicycle friendly businesses en route. Click here to find bicycle friendly businesses in Norfolk.

Norfolk Trails

Norfolk County has an amazing selection of trails that will take you through forests, wetlands, grasslands and farmers’ fields. Explore areas you’ve never been before and experience all the outdoor adventure the county has to offer!

Location

Norfolk’s trails are located throughout the County. Networks of trails begin in Simcoe, the county’s largest urban centre; and Turkey Point, which is a bit off the beaten track.

Norfolk County is located on the north shores of Lake Erie and extends inland bout 60 km from Long Point into Delhi, and from Port Dover into Wilsonville. The boundaries also extend almost to Tillsonburg in the northwest and Nanticoke in the southeast.

This area was once covered in a large glacier which receded only about 12,000 years ago. This glacier was so large and heavy that it took over 6,000 years for the land to rebound and form the watersheds and catchment areas that we see today.

Norfolk County is located within the Carolinian forest zone. There is very little remaining of this forest zone in southern Ontario, as much deforestation has taken place over the years. The area Norfolk County is located in, along with the Windsor/Point Pelee area, holds some of the last patches in Canada of this forest zone.

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