There are 18 kilometres of trails in this town park close to Orangeville. Picnic tables are available beside a large pond on the property. Swimming is not advisable, though. Keep track of your route when you’re walking because trails are not well-marked. The area around the licensed gravel pit is off-limits during the spring, summer and fall.
Monora Park comes into its own when there’s snow on the ground. The trails are regularly groomed for cross-country skiing and users must belong to the Mono Nordic Ski Club to use the trail. Hikers are not allowed to use the ski trails during the winter months because they tend to break up the skiers’ tracks. Port-a-let washroom and parking available.
|Description||Monora Pavilion is located in Monora Park immediately north of Orangeville. With a wrap-around balcony, the pavilion overlooks acres of forest and open parkland.|
|Activities||Cross country skiing, hiking, biking, and dog walking.|
|Location||Monora Park is located at 500 Monora Park Drive (formerly 633220 Hwy 10/24). Turn west from Highway 10 at the new traffic lights onto Monora Park Drive.|
|Maps||Monora Park Trail Map (ski and non-ski season use)|
|Trail Head||Monora Park Pavillion Map|
|Trail End||Monora Park Pavillion|
|Distance||1 km to 18 km|
|Difficulty||Easy to moderate|
|Surfaces||Natural with some woodchips|
|Amenities||Port-a-let washroom at the trail head, picnic area, gazebo, and open field|
|Landmarks||Mature forest, Monora Creek, and pond|
|Cost||Membership for cross country skiing and/or paid weekend day use. No cost for summer/fall hiking or biking|
|Trail Web Site||mononordic.com|