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Wingham Trail

Scenic View from the CNR Bridge

The Wingham Community Trail runs from east to west, meandering along the old abandoned rail bed, crossing the Maitland River and then it makes a loop around the Turnberry Flood Plain Conservation Area to take you back.

Several benches are placed along the trail on the east side of the river. A covered gazebo is at the east end of the trail. Enjoy the scenic view of the river from the old CNR Bridge and the natural growth and plantings along the trail. North Huron Recreation Department is trail contact.

Distance

2.5 km loop

Difficulty Level

Level 1 – east side of river
Level 3 – west side of river

Trail Use

Walking, Cycling, Skiing, Wheelchair Accessible, Pets on leash

Trail Hazards

None evident

Trail Surface

Paved/brick, natural surface, recycled plastic decking on bridge

Cost for Using Trail

None

Driving Directions

Several trail access points. The trail crosses the main street,
Josephine Street, near the railway tracks.


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