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Gananoque Trail System

Gananoque Trail System
Photo Credit: Gananoque Walking Facebook page

Trail Information

Click Map PDF at the bottom of the page for a printable trail description

One way to explore the natural beauty that surrounds the Town of Gananoque is a hike down the Gananoque Trail System. The Gananoque Trail System is made up of a 12 km perimeter hike that may be divided into three return loops.

Difficulties

Low and Medium

Directions

Click here for directions to THE GANANOQUE TRAIL SYSTEM
*Note: Direction may lead to map coordinates (in longitude/ latitude)

Further Details

For more information contact the Town of Gananoque:
Website: https://www.gananoque.ca/community-services/parks-and-recreation/hiking-and-waterfront-trails

Additional Information

Gananoque, pronounced GAN-AN-OCK-WAY, was first identified in 1686 on Deshaise's chart of the St. Lawrence as "Gananocouy". The town itself was founded by Col. Joel Stone, one of the many United Empire Loyalists who relocated to Upper Canada following the American Revolution.

A classic example of a quaint Ontario town, Gananoque offers its visitors a welcome change of pace. From its five star restaurants, convenient lodging, and unique shopping opportunities, to its daily excursions on the St.Lawrence River to view the 1000 Islands, Gananoque offers visitors unique and enjoyable experiences.