Wildwood's four hiking and biking trails range in length from 1.2 kilometres to our new 25 kilometre lake trail. All trails are multi-purpose and can be used by both hikers and cyclists, by permit only. The trails cover flat and rugged terrain with areas of steep hills, exposed roots and rocks. Plan ahead and know your abilities as well as the areas through which you are hiking or riding.
All trail users must have with them a seasonal cyclist/pedestrian pass or a daily pass receipt. Trail pass revenue contributes to trail improvement and management.
Please be advised that we have re-routed the path to get back to the lake trail. If you are heading clockwise on an even day, you will notice the lake trail now starts with the grass section leading towards the pool. From here follow the "lake trail/follow road to trail" signs mounted on trees along the way. This will get you back to the forest entrance. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask and thank you for your cooperation.
Trail Map: 2012 Trail Map
We are excited to introduce Geocaching to our Conservation Area this summer! We have 4 GPS units available for use (Free of charge!!) at our gatehouse. Caches are hidden throughout the Conservation Area with more coming soon! To find the coordinates of the caches please visit www.geocaching.com.
Please remember that permits are required to enter the Conservation Area.
To learn about Geocaching check out this flyer from the Ontario Geocaching Association.
If you are interested in hiding your own cache at Wildwood, please fill out and return the UTRCA Geocachng Guidelne .