Ferris Provincial Park Trails

Campbellville, Ontario

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Ferris Provincial Park is highly recommended for a relaxing, easy day-hike that also provides ample entertainment. Hiking up and down an almond-shaped drumlin is the highlight, although Ranney Falls, Trent River and an Osprey nest also ensure something to see outside of spring when the huge white trilliums no longer bloom. You also won’t want to miss walking along the new Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge for spectacular views of Ranney Falls and the Trent River. This trail guide includes Gorge Trail, Drumlin Trail, Ranney Falls Trail, and Milkweed Trail.

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"Ferris Provincial Park is highly recommended for a relaxing, easy day-hike that also provides ample entertainment. Hiking up and down an almond-shaped drumlin is the highlight, although Ranney Falls, Trent River and an Osprey nest also ensure something to see outside of spring when the huge white trilliums no longer bloom.

You also won’t want to miss walking along the new Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge for spectacular views of Ranney Falls and the Trent River. This trail guide includes Gorge Trail, Drumlin Trail, Ranney Falls Trail, and Milkweed Trail."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Campbellville
Distance: 3.4
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: 4 trails totaling 3 hours
Season: Best spring through fall
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Driving Directions: Directions to Ferris Provincial Park Trails

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May 2018