Nature Trails to Explore this Fall
October 14, 2020
Author: Park Property Management
Tags: tips, things to do, lifestyle, local destinations, outdoor, explore, park property management, NatureTrails, fall activities
Autumn is a beautiful time of year for a stroll through nature. To help you get outside and enjoy nature trails we've highlighted some of our favourite nature trails to explore.
If you're looking for a good jogging or biking trail, try the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail in Burlington. This section of the trail is accessed through the nearby Spencer Smith Park, minutes from our Elgin Street Apartments. This 22.9 km trail can connect you to Hamilton or Oakville. As a multi-use trail, with both lake and city views, it's well suited for jogging, biking, or casual strolls.
Even though the Waterfront Trail appears in Oakville, we found the Morrison Valley Park Trail a more appropriate choice for biking. Plus, our Trafalgar Heights Apartments are right next to the park granting easy access to our Oakville residents. This 8 km trail is perfect for all cyclers; however, there are some steep sections so use caution.
Lake Aquitaine Park in Mississauga is tranquil and filled with trails, fishing spots, and other outdoor activities. Whether you're looking for a great run or just want to relax and capture an amazing autumn photo, Lake Aquitaine Trail is the perfect place. Plus, it's within walking distance from our Battleford Road Apartments.
The Great Lakes Waterfront Trail throughout Etobicoke and Toronto and provides picturesque views of the lake. But for our East York residents, we prefer the Lower Don River Trail just steps from our Thorncliffe Park or Milepost apartments. This scenic trail connects with several others along the Don River, which provides an excellent cardio workout in a calm and peaceful area.
Our residents at our Minerva and St. Clair apartment buildings are minutes from Bluffers Park and the numerous park trails within. Although the Scarborough Bluffs are beautiful, it's important to stay back from the edge and follow only marked paths. Hiking is popular here too, due to the bluffs' climbing terrain and fantastic views from the lookout.
The Royal Recreation Trail in Guelph follows the Speed River. This 4.8 km multi-use trail provides an easy stroll or cycle in a moderately trafficked loop. Residents of our Bristol Apartments live right next to the Speed River making it easy to enjoy this trail anytime.
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