Length – 7 km (one way)
90% park path
10% roads, crossings, detours
Elevation – Enjoy a gentle incline along the Oshawa Creek to Lake Ontario.
Terrain – A wide path marked with a centre with line, it is mainly asphalt with a few wooden bridges.
Skill – Easy
Traffic – Busier on weekends in the summer, expect bicyclists, walkers with dogs, and joggers.
Maps – There is a map at the trailhead, as well as signs along the trail.
Highlights – Botanical Gardens, the Lake Ontario shoreline, and many bridges and underpasses.
Trail Fee – Free
Facilities – Parking and washrooms are at either end of the route, as well as local services and places to eat.
Phone – 905 436 3311
Website – City of Oshawa
Local Clubs – Oshawa Cycling Club
Access – Park at the north end at the Botanical Gardens, or in the south end at Lakeview Park.