The trail loops through hardwood and pine forests.

There is one long incline, but the rest is relatively flat. It is hard packed earth.

This is great for cross-country skiing, although it is not formally groomed. This is an outdoor education centre for the students of the Thames Valley District School Board.

The public is welcome to use the trails.  Environmental Centre and trails are in use from Sep-Jun, Mon-Fri 9 am-3 pm to which public is not allowed. Public are allowed to use the trails from Mon-Fri after 3pm as well as on weekends and holidays.

Length: 4.2km

Difficulty: Easy, Family

Facilities: parking

Trail Uses: Off-trail snow-shoeing, cross country skiing, walking, dog walking No motorized vehicles or bicycles. No hunting.

Location: Blandford Road, north of Hwy #2. Located on the west side just north of the Highway 401 overpass.

Contact: (519) 467-5468

 

Contact Information

Thames Valley District School Board
(519) 467-5468


Map

Trip Ideas

7 Oxford Trails to Get You Outside this Winter

Fresh air, brisk temps and time in Mother Nature make winter so much more bearable if you ask us. While...

Read More