CAMBRIGE TO PARIS RAIL TRAIL
The Cambridge to Paris Rail Trail opened in 1994 and follows the Grand River through the Carolinian forest, overlooking the rushing waters of the Grand River. The trail is finished with gravel and is great for families looking to bike and hike. The trail follows the old roadbed of the Lake Erie and Northern Railway and is one of the first abandoned railways to be turned into recreational trail use in Ontario. This Brant County trail is owned and maintained by the Grand River Conservation Authority.
Distance: 18 km
Access Points: 210 Water St. South Cambridge, Willow St. north end of Paris
Uses: Hiking, Biking, Running, Walking, Cross Country Skiing
Trail Links: SC Johnson Trail