Length – 16 km (one way)
90% rail trail path
10% road, detours
Elevation – As with most rail trails, this one is flat.
Terrain – Wide path of crushed stone and gravel with some sand, as well as wooden bridges.
Skill – Easy (I find it family-friendly.)
Traffic – Good weather brings out the campers – Bicycles, Hikers, Fatbikes and Nordic skiers.
Maps – Well-marked, signs at gate and along path.
Facilities – Campground, amenities, and bike rentals at the Two Rivers Store can all be found on the trail.
Highlights – Beautiful views of the lakes and rock faces, old wooden bridges, and a dam— very peaceful.
Trail Fee – Park day pass is $11.25; Free for campers.
Phone – 705 633 5572
Website – Ontario Parks
Local Clubs – None
Access – Enter from the east side of Rock Lake campgrounds, or use other campground side trails at Pog Lake, Mew Lake, Coon Lake, and Kearney Lake.