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The Best Hiking Trails in Belleville

Handpicked Top Hiking Trails in Belleville, ON. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!

FRINK CENTRE CONSERVATION AREA

381 Thrasher Road, Belleville, ON K0K 2V0

Since 1993

Nature Centre, Hiking Trails, Trail Running, Walking, Drumlin Trail, Wildlife, Boundary Trail, Horsetail Trail, Link Trail, Pond Trail, Birds, Outdoor Activities, Wetlands & Conservation Area

The trails are very popular in winter where numerous bird species will be present along with Porcupine, Fisher, Otters, Red Fox & Snowshoe Hare - Over 13 km of trails on both sides of the road provide access to an incredible variety of habitat

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Year-Round

Who knew that this beautiful nature centre was so available to the Quinte region? Want a relaxing walk in the forest, or a chance to drag your feet through a bed of leaves in the fall, or be seranaded with the cheeping of spring peepers from the pond? This conservation area can offer a chance to commune with Mother Nature on a solitary stroll, or a group classroom learning centre. Take a few moments to drive north of Belleville and you will be greeted with a delightful break from city life.

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VANDERWATER CONSERVATION AREA

512 Vanderwater Road, Belleville, ON K0K 3H0

Since 1968

Lake River Reservoir, Picnic Facilities, Hiking Trails, Fishing, Snowshoeing, Cross Country Skiing, Walking Trails, Outdoor Spot, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks

The 257 hectare (635 acre) Vanderwater Conservation Area - The 15 km of trails explore a wide range of natural environments from mature cedar forests in the low lying areas to hardwood and coniferous forests that cover the slopes and high ground

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Year-Round

This place has some of the best walking/biking trails you'll find. There's a ridge with trails up and along it that are great for mountain biking or hiking if you're into that, and a main road and a little less wild trails if you're looking for a more leisurely walk/bike. The park runs along the river, with great spots for picnicking, fishing or just viewing, and there's a little pond not far from the entrance that's a nice picnic spot too (although no tables there).

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