Lake Erie’s North Shore Woodstock, Port Dover and Tillsonburg Rail-Trail

Woodstock, Ontario

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Beginning in Woodstock, this tour follows the historic Stage Road into Ontario’s tobacco country and completes the first leg in the rural community of Simcoe. Leg two joins the Lynn Valley Greenway and follows it into the fishing village of Port Dover. As the day progresses, the back roads and villages visited along the shores of Lake Erie will be an adventure you’ll never forget. The final leg starts off in the marshes of the Long Point Spit and heads north towards Tillsonburg. The highlight of the ride will be cycling on a long-forgotten rail bed into the village of Spring ford. Surface: Asphalt, hard-packed gravel, crushed-gravel rail bed. Recommended Bicycles: Hybrid/Mountain/Touring.
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by John Lynes (Ulysses Travel Guides)

Beginning in Woodstock, this tour follows the historic Stage Road into Ontario’s tobacco country and completes the first leg in the rural community of Simcoe. Leg two joins the Lynn Valley Greenway and follows it into the fishing village of Port Dover. As the day progresses, the back roads and villages visited along the shores of Lake Erie will be an adventure you’ll never forget.

The final leg starts off in the marshes of the Long Point Spit and heads north towards Tillsonburg. The highlight of the ride will be cycling on a long-forgotten rail bed into the village of Spring ford. Surface: Asphalt, hard-packed gravel, crushed-gravel rail bed. Recommended Bicycles: Hybrid/Mountain/Touring.

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Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Woodstock
Distance: 130.2
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Mid-May to October
Driving Directions: Directions to Lake Erie’s North Shore: Woodstock, Port Dover and Tillsonburg (Rail-Trail)

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