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On Jan 12, 2021, the Ontario Government declared a State of Emergency and issued a stay-at-home order, which came into effect Jan 14, 2021 and will last until at least Feb 11, 2021

Services listed below may be impacted in response to increased restrictions. Please contact agencies or programs listed here prior to visiting in person in order to receive up to date information on services

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Public Comments Services altered in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)  
 
Effective January 12, 2021 the Government of Ontario declared a second Provincial Emergency, issuing a Stay-At-Home Order and introducing enhanced enforcement measures to reduce mobility.. 
 
Refer to the Town of Oakville's COVID-19 web page for the impact of this Stay-At-Home Order on Town of Oakville facilities, services and programs
Contact Information
Office Phone 905-845-6601
Fax 905-338-4188
Website www.oakville.ca/culturerec/trails.html
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Agency Information
Legal Status (10) Local Government
Funding City / Town
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Services altered in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)  
 
Effective January 12, 2021 the Government of Ontario declared a second Provincial Emergency, issuing a Stay-At-Home Order and introducing enhanced enforcement measures to reduce mobility.. 
 
Refer to the Town of Oakville's COVID-19 web page for the impact of this Stay-At-Home Order on Town of Oakville facilities, services and programs 
 
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Pedestrian and bicycle trails have been built through the valley system and link to community trails that run through the Town  
 
Oakville Trails:  
Glen Abbey Trail system:  
* connects all the creeks, woodlots and active parks in the community and is suitable for walking, biking or cross country skiing  
 
Indian Ridge Trail:  
* running east, north of the QEW, from Third Line to Dorval Drive, it is mountain bike friendly (no motorized vehicles)  
* cyclists must watch for pedestrians  
 
Iroquois Shoreline Woods :  
* the largest woodlot in the parks system and extends from Upper Middle Road to Iroquois Shore Road  
* walk up to 3 kilometres in a looped trail system viewing plants and wildlife in a relatively undisturbed woodland setting  
 
Larry Cain Trail:  
* located in Oakville Harbour, honours Oakville native and Olympic champion Larry Cain  
* trail extends from Hillmer Park, Water Street to Tannery Park in Oakville Harbour  
 
Oakville Heritage Trails:  
* Sixteen Mile Creek Trail  
* Bronte Creek Trail  
* Crosstown Trail  
* Joshua's Creek Trail  
* Waterfront Trail  
* link together all parts of the community  
* this network of trails includes pavilions, information columns and trail signage that, together with the website, tells the natural, human and built heritage story of Oakville
Hours Office Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Oakville
Eligibility No restrictions
Application No application required
Languages English
Fees None
Site Information
Located In Community Oakville
Address & Map
Oakville, ON
 
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Mailing Address Town of Oakville-Parks and Open Space Department 
1225 Trafalgar Rd 
Oakville, ON L6H 0H3
Physical Access Not Accessible
Categories and Classification
HCSD Main Heading Sports / Recreation
HCSD Sub Heading All Sports ; Cycling ; Hiking ; Individual Sports ; Parks, Trails & Gardens ; Seasonal Sports
Service Categories Cycling ; Hiking

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