Help Us Connect Hunters Bay Trail

Hunters Bay Trail gap is one of only 52 gaps in Canada remaining that, once bridged, will connect over 15,000 communities across Canada.

In what is possibly Ontario’s best-known cottage country, The Great Trail leads travellers from bustling Gravenhurst to Huntsville. There, TCT and our local Trail partner, the Town of Huntsville, will develop a safe passage under the provincial highway at Hunters Bay Bridge and build one of Canada’s only floating segments of trails. This short but critical Trail will link the east and west sections of the North Muskoka Trail, adjacent to popular Algonquin Provincial Park.

The existing Hunters Bay Trail is a walking, running and cycling trail in Huntsville. It begins at the Centre Street Bridge and winds along the river, under the railway trestle, along the south side of Hunters Bay, through the Avery Beach Park and onwards to Orchard Park, a municipal park that looks down the full length of the bay. Features include a 450-foot section of the trail that floats on Hunters Bay. This is an ideal place to relax while fishing or swimming or just enjoying the trail.

Your gift today will go 2.5x further, thanks to match offers by generous TCT donor Jack Cockwell and the Government of Canada!

Help us connect Hunters Bay Trail and give your most generous donation today.