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3 Best Hiking Trails in Markham, ON

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Markham, ON. All of our hiking trails actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!

MILNE DAM CONSERVATION PARK

8251 McCowan Road, Markham, ON L3P 3J3 Directions

Since 1820

Here’s The Deal:
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Milne Dam Conservation Park is an amazing and beautiful Park that is located in the heart of Markham City. It is the largest park of 123 hectares or 305 acres with the Rouge River flowing in the middle and surrounded by lush forest on the southern and eastern edges. The park offers 2.3 kilometres of trails suitable for walking or hiking. The park provides attractive opportunities for bird watching, and it is a very well maintained park with friendly staff. Milne Dam Conservation Park has lots of green areas, trails, tables for a picnic, benches, a clean public washroom and parking lots. It is a nice park for camping, walking and fishing and great for everyone who enjoys outdoors."

SPECIALTY:
Biking, Cycling, Running, Migratory Birds, Nature Trails, Picnic Spots and Fishing, Wetlands, Walking, Beach Area, River, Jogging, Outdoor Activities, Wildlife & Forests

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BOB HUNTER MEMORIAL PARK

7277 14th Avenue, Markham, ON L6B 1A8 Directions

Since 2006

Here’s The Deal:
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Bob Hunter Memorial Park is a green space preserve in Markham, Ontario. It is named in honour of Robert Hunter, one of the founders of Greenpeace park. It is a big beautiful park with great trails, a variety of ecosystems, and plenty of wildlife. The park provides a hike and a bike lane and lots of different up and down type trails as well as some water. It is a great place for bird watching and an excellent place for jogging and cycling. If you go inside the paths, you will be lured by the park's beauty and peace, and you can also see lots of birds, butterflies, bees, and dragonflies. Bob Hunter Memorial Park offers a free parking spot with ample space and a public washroom."

SPECIALTY:
Wildlife, Forest, Walking, Biking, River, Greenspace Preserve, Kid Friendly, Outdoor Activities, Restored Wetland, Wild Flowers, Re-Planted Native Woodland, Views & Running

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ROUGE VALLEY PARK

50 Charlotte Angliss Road, Markham, ON L3P 7W6 Directions

Here’s The Deal:
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Rouge Valley park is a national urban park in Canada. It has a very nice place for hiking and enjoying nature in the middle of the city. It has beautiful forest trails, which is good for cycling and walking. The park has wide, well-maintained paths and has pretty views, especially in the fall. The park has a river, valleys, uplands, forests and wetlands. In the rivers, you can also see frogs and turtles. This urban park features numerous fauna and has over 1,700 species of plants. It is an excellent place for the family or friends for a quick outdoor adventure. Rouge Valley is a nature galore, and it is wheelchair friendly."

SPECIALTY:
Nature Trails, Walking, Trees, Cycling, Animals, Lake and Bridges, Rivers & Pathway

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