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3 Best Hiking Trails in Sudbury, ON

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Sudbury, 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!

LAKE LAURENTIAN CONSERVATION AREA

2309 South Bay Road, Sudbury, ON P3E 6H7 DIRECTIONS

Since 1967

Here’s The Deal:
The Lake Laurentian Conservation Area is a 2,400 acres green space in Sudbury, ON. The conservation area features a human-made lake and pond with a self-guided nature trail for hiking or walking. It has three different trails, easy, medium and difficult and the trails are well maintained and marked. There are a lot of benches along the park's trail. The park has a wilderness setting with a nice variety of sceneries. It has a lovely Lake for Kayak or Canoe or Paddle Board. The Lake Laurentian Conservation Area has outdoor activities for all four seasons. It also provides boundless opportunities for nature watchers, photographers, and recreationist to explore the wilds. The Point Trails had some awesome spots to sit and enjoy magnificent views overlooking the lake. Lake Laurentian Conservation Area has beautiful scenery and looks like a little piece of Paradise.

SPECIALTY:
Bird Watching, and Numerous Wetland Areas, Self-Guided Nature Trail, Scenic Lookouts, Cross-Country Ski Trails, Walking, Large Green Space, Photography, Several Lakes, Running, Wilderness Setting, Biking, Man-Made Lake and Pond, Walking Trails & Snow Shoeing

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KIVI PARK

4472 Long Lake Road, Sudbury, ON P3G 1K4 DIRECTIONS

Since 2016

Here’s The Deal:
Kivi Park covers 480 acres of land with all the biodiversity of the Boreal Forest. It is a hidden gem in Sudbury, ON. It is one of the premier destinations for outdoor health, wellness, sport and adventure. The park features a trail network primarily used for mountain biking, hiking, fat biking, and snowshoeing. It has excellent well-manicured trails of varying difficulty and length and is open all year. The park is an ideal place for children with more play areas with chairs and benches. Kivi Park is accessible 24/7, and it has bathrooms at the entrance.

SPECIALTY:
Hiking, Picnicking, Basketball Court, Soccer Field, Swimming, Paddle Boarding, Canoeing, Kayaking, Playground Facilities, Ice Rink, Skating Path, Skiing, Snowshoeing, Fat & Mountain Biking

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A.Y. JACKSON LOOKOUT TRAIL

ON-144, Sudbury, ON P0M 1R0 DIRECTIONS

Here’s The Deal:
A.Y. Jackson Lookout Trail features three trails, including a geological walking tour. The trail is about 2.1 kilometres heavily trafficked loop. It is a beautiful place for a picnic or hiking. The trail is marked with red spray paint on the rocks going down. It has gorgeous falls with amazing lookout spots. Users can take the self-guided driving tour to see the unique rock types. It also has different places to take stunning photos, and you can even dip in the water. There are moose, deer, bears and many small mammals in the area and many birds. A.Y. Jackson Lookout Trail offers an excellent long hike for enthusiasts with lovely sceneries.

SPECIALTY:
Wildlife, Birding, Washroom Facilities and Picnic Areas, Wheelchair Friendly, Waterfall, Wild Flowers, Bugs, Dogs on Leash, Bird Watching, Walking, Trail Running, Forest River & Self-Guided Tour

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