Experience Level: Easy to moderate, recreational ride

Route Surface: Paved

Length: 34 KM

Route Description:

Starting from either Ingersoll or Woodstock this pleasant 30 km ride lets cyclists have a real taste of both town and countryside, looping between the two centres on different roads. Enjoy a pleasant quiet countryside pedal on Clarke Road, passing picturesque farm fields and farmsteads enroute. 

Following the Thames River for much of the way, complete the circuit using Beachville Road which, while a little busier has some nice stretches of paved shoulders and Share the Road signs. Take a break and learn some interesting facts and history about the area with a stop at the Beachville District Museum.  At either end of the ride take the time to explore both the town of Ingersoll, with scenic trails, museums and refreshment stops and the city of Woodstock’s bustling downtown Dundas Street plus quieter trails alongside Pittock Reservoir. Route Option and Notes: Caution crossing at busier intersections. Use paved shoulders on Beachville Road, where available. Karn Road is an alternate route with low traffic.

Route Optins and Notes:   (Please be aware during Covid 19 the public washrooms may be unavailable and operating hours of stops may change)

Caution crossing at busier intersections. Use paved shoulders on Beachville Road, where available. Karn Road is an alternate route with low traffic. 

  • Ingersoll Cheese & Agricultural Museum - 290 Harris St., Ingesroll - Washrooms, Parking, Picnic  (temperarily closed due to COVID-19)
  • Victoria Park Community Complex, 355 Wellington St., Ingersoll  - Washrooms, Parking
  • Comfort Inn, 20 Samnah Cr., Ingersoll - Parking, Washrooms
  • Downtown Ingesroll Paking, Water St. or Charles St., Ingersoll - Parking, Washrooms, atio and Dining

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Disclaimer: By using this route map, cyclists demonstrate they have read and understood the safety rules and disclaimer. It is a suggested route only. The suggested route does not have formal bike lanes and all cyclists ride at their own risk. Road conditions and traffic levels may vary from time of map printing or posting. Caution and common sense must be used when sharing the road with motor vehicles. Cyclists must comply with the Ontario Highway Traffic Act, R.S.O. 1990, C.H-8 as amended. Oxford County does not assume any liability whatsoever for cyclists travelling upon a suggested route. Oxford County is not responsible for any loss, costs or expenses incurred by cyclists while travelling upon suggested routes. 

 

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