Town of Orangeville Trails

Since 1998, the Town of Orangeville has built eight kms of multi-use trails, mostly in the west end of Town.  The goal is to form a 15-km recreational loop around Town, eventually linking the Town’s trails to Island Lake, Monora Park and the Credit River trail.

Name The Town of Orangeville Trails
Description Since 1998, the Town of Orangeville has built eight kms of multi-use trails, mostly in the west end of Town. The goal is to form a 15-km recreational loop around Town, eventually linking the Town’s trails to Island Lake, Monora Park and the Credit River trail.
Activities Walking, biking, and dog walking
Location Please see the Orangeville Trails map
Maps Orangeville 2012 Trails Map
Parking Yes
Trail Head Various trails
Trail End Various trails
Distance Depends on the trail.
Difficulty Easy
Surfaces Asphalt and crushed stone
Amenities Local restaurants and shops
Landmarks Mill Creek, Monora Creek, and the Credit River
Cost No cost
Trail Web Site Orangeville Parks and Trails Website
Closest Town Orangeville