Full of beautiful vistas and bridges to cross, there is an opportunity to see wildlife as well as some significant Carolinian trees; even a major railroad trestle from the 1880s along this trail. 

Discover the Carroll Trail

Loved by locals, it's a great place to go enjoy nature just minutes from the downtown. In the summer, consider strolling up to the Bridges Golf Course clubhouse for lunch on the patio! 

Length: 5km loop

Difficulty: Easy-Moderate, some very steep hills

Trail Uses: Hiking and biking

Access Location: Access this trail at 21 Van Street, Tillsonburg ON. Parking available.

Open:  April 30-November 1

Contact: The Town of Tillsonburg, 519-688-3009

How can I help keep Oxford County beautiful and healthy?

On trails, please remember to clean up after yourself. Provide adequate space for flora and fauna. Even if animals do not run away from you, they may be protecting young. Finally, take only photos and leave only footprints. If you'd like to give back, you can consider purchasing a tree. If the parking lot is full at the trail you're visiting, consider coming back at a different time or choosing a different trail to avoid overuse.

What other trails are nearby?  What other trails are over 5km?

Nearby you can check out Veteran's Memorial Walkway and Participark (just cross Baldwin and add it onto your hike!), The Borden Crescent Trail or The Great Trail. For trails over 5km, check out The Great Trail in Tillsonburg (17km), The Hickson Trail (9km), Roth Park (6.75km), Wildwood Conservation Area (25km), Avon Trail (19km) or the Rotary Trail (5.9km). 

How far is this trail system from downtown Tillsonburg?

Not too far at all. You can walk down Broadway (the main drag) to John Pound Road and cross at the bottom of the hill into Coronation Park. 

Where can I grab a bite nearby?

In downtown Tillsonburg, there are several spots to grab a quick bite. If you're looking to refuel with something healthy, check out The Indigo Lounge

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