The Best Hiking Trails in Stouffville

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Stouffville, 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!


3291 Stouffville Road, Stouffville, ON L4A 7X5

Since 1961

Accessible Washroom Facilities, Hiking Trails, Picnic Sites, Pets Permitted on Leash, Facilities for Private Functions, Playground, Swimming, Private Group Rentals, Cross Country Running, Day Camps & Private Functions

Free Admission: Children (0-14) with their family - Parks members receive free entry to the festival - 1.2 hectares of wetlands and 44 hectares of deciduous, coniferous and mixed forest

Price: Adult (15+) $6.50 & Senior (60+) $5.50

Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 8:00 pm

I loved walking in the fresh air with the smell of the plants, grass, flowers and trees. There are sitting areas and playing areas for kids. Quite a few different trails, picnic areas, and large play areas. Very scenic and nice.
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Hwy 48, Stouffville, ON L4A 7X4

Hiking Trails, Cycling, Horse Back Riding, Cycling Off-Road, Mountain Biking, Winter (Fat) Biking, Birding, Nature Trips, Forest & Wild Flowers

3.5 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail - The hills are composed of sandy and gravelly terrain with underlying clay, which protrudes to form high ridges


Eldred King Woodlands is a beautiful trail with wide paths and a clean environment. The trail is very accessible with roadside parking spaces and multiple entrances, and is flat enough to be easily traversed by most people. There are a sizable amount of visitors- there are even people on horseback. The streams are picturesque and clean. This is a must-see place for the seasonal colours during the fall.

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16389 Highway 48, Stouffville, ON L4A 7X4

Hiking Trails, Snowshoeing, Cycling, Walking Trails, Red Pine Forest, Lowland Mixed Wood Forest, Young Hardwood Forest, Wetland Area, Kid Friendly, Birding, Nature Trips, Trail Running, Walking, River Views & Wild Flowers

5.8 kilometer lightly trafficked loop trail - More than 1,600 people use the forest trail system daily for a variety of activities


This his trail has the York Region Forest Headquarters with an education centre, so there's lots to see and do, and there are accessible trails here. This is a very beautiful, wooded trail, so bring the bug spray. Good place to see the trilliums in early June, but also lots of poison ivy so stay on the trails. The trail runs from Hwy 48 to 9th Line, and is accessible from either side, although there is more parking on the Hwy 48 side.

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