Our guided hikes give you the chance to spend some more time with park naturalists and take you through some of the most beautiful trails that we are lucky to have here at MacGregor Point. Usually our hikes go through Lake Ridge Trail, the Tower Trail or the Huron Fringe Boardwalk. This gives everyone the opportunity to experience many different habitats with widely varying flora and fauna. 

 

 

Old Shore Road


Trail Length: 7.0km
Time to Walk: 3.0hrs
Time to Bike: 1.50hrs
Activities: HikingBikingSnowshoeingStroller Friendly

 

Old Shore Rd Map

 



 

Over 100 years ago, the Old Shore Road Trail was a transportation route for those travelling
between the Lake Huron communities of Kincardine and Southampton.

 

Biking Old Shore Rd

Now the 7 kilometre Old Shore Road Trail is a linear trail that extends the full length of the park along Lake Huron. Ideal for both cyclists and hikers, this trail is a pleasant off road route between the campgrounds and the Visitor Centre.

 

In 2008, an audio trail guide was developed for this trail and can be downloaded here in MP3 format.

 

Be sure to come back down the trail as the sun begins to set and experience the stunning Lake Huron sunsets from the best look out in the park, Sunset Point.

During the winter months, Old Shore Road will be groomed for snowshoeing from the Visitor Centre to throughout Nipissing campground. The distance varies from 1km to 5km long.

 

You can jump on the trail from the Visitor Centre where you can head along the Old Shore Road trail past Campers Beach to as far as the last entrance to Nipissing campground.

Snowshoeing