Millennium Trail System - 6km or less
The Millennium Trail System includes trails developed by the City of Woodstock, Woodstock Rotary Club, Woodstock Lions Club and Youth Start and is maintained by the City.
Discover the Millenium Trail System
The trail follows the banks of the Thames River, through mixed hardwood and softwood forests, marshland and some retired agricultural areas, some of which are slated for reforestation.
Hikers may spot the occasional deer, beaver, blue heron and other interesting wildlife. Blackberries may be ripe for the picking. Though the trails are not connected, they are in close proximity to each other.
Length: Rotary: 5.9 km, Lions: 1.72 km, Youth Start: 1.40km (loops)
Facilities: Parking, outdoor toilets, benches
Trail Uses: Hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing, birding, snowshoeing (No Motorized Vehicles)
Primary Surface: Gravel
- Rotary Trail: North on Hwy 59. Immediately after crossing the bridge over the tracks and Thames River, turn left onto Tecumseh St. (Oxford Rd. 48). The trail entrance is on the right.
- The Roth Park Trail starts on the other side of Tecumseh St., across from the Rotary Trail. Another entrance is on the east side of the 11th Line, ½ km north of Hwy 2.
- Lions Trail: Take Hwy 2 (Dundas St.) to the west end of Woodstock. The trail entrance is on the north side of Hwy 2, 200 metres west of the railway bridge. Another entrance is at Bexley and Hunter streets, at the railway overpass
- Youth Start Trail: Take Hwy 2 (Dundas St.) to the west end of Woodstock. The trail entrance is on the south side of Hwy 2, 60 metres east of the railway bridge.
Open: All year