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9 Ontario Trails That Feel More Like A Stroll Through The English Countryside

Think rolling hills and dreamy waterfalls.
9 Ontario Trails That Feel More Like A Stroll Through The English Countryside

You'll feel as though you're taking a trip through the English countryside at these beautiful trails in Ontario.

Filled with lush meadows, rolling hills, and dreamy waterfalls, you'll want to pour yourself a cup of tea after exploring these places.

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Hilton Falls

Price: $6.50 per adult

Address: 4985 Campbellville Rd., Milton, ON

Why You Need To Go: The rugged waterfall and crumbling mill ruins at this conservation area will whisk you away to a quiet day in the English countryside. Reservations must be booked in advance.

Walker Woods And Glen Major Forest

Price: Free

Address: Uxbridge, ON

Why You Need To Go: Filled with breathtaking vistas and vast forests, it's easy to think that you're hiking through the peaceful English countryside at this place.

Forks Of The Credit Provincial Park

Price: Prices vary

Address: 17760 McLaren Rd., Caledon, ON

Why You Need To Go: Located along the renowned Bruce Trail, you can discover a waterfall, stretching meadows, and numerous trails that lead through stunning scenery at this park.

Lynn Valley Trail

Price: Free

Address: Simcoe, ON

Why You Need To Go: This 11-km trail boasts flower-filled meadows and a magical tree tunnel that could easily be found on an English travel brochure.

Kissing Bridge Trailway

Price: Free

Address: 1 Covered Bridge Dr., West Montrose, ON

Why You Need To Go: This massive 45-km trail leads past a historic covered bridge that will give you major England vibes.

Long Sault Conservation Area

Price: $6 parking fee

Address: 9293 Woodley Rd., Bowmanville, ON

Why You Need To Go: Wander through meadows and mature forests that are straight out of a Jane Austen film.

Boyne Valley Provincial Park

Price: Prices vary

Address: Boyne Valley Provincial Park, Shelburne, ON

Why You Need To Go: With rolling hills, vibrant forests, and stretching fields, you can pretend you're strolling through the quiet countryside in England at this park.

Scarborough Bluffs

Price: Free

Address: 1 Brimley Rd. S., Scarborough, ON

Why You Need To Go: You'll feel as though you're gazing over the White Cliffs of Dover when visiting these incredible bluffs, which stretch for 15 kilometres along the shoreline.

Mill Of Kintail Conservation Area

Price: $6 per vehicle

Address: 2854 Ramsay Conc. 8, Mississippi Mills, ON

Why You Need To Go: With 6 kilometres of trails and a gorgeous historic mill, you'll be swept back in time at this area.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

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