Completion of the road, parkway and trails system are having tremendous social, cultural and economic impacts in Niagara.
For our communities, important heritage resources are conserved and protected. Residents of, and visitors to, the Niagara Peninsula enjoy the recreational opportunities and the quality of life improvements the trail affords.
Healthy, safe and accessible trails provide increased physical opportunities. The circle route is a community asset for all to enjoy. Niagara's tourism, hospitality, gaming and wine industries benefit from extended visitor stay related to trail based activities.
|NS&T Line Trail||St. Catharines|
|Thorold/Fonthill Spur Trail/Steve Bauer Trail||Welland to Thorold to Fonthill|
|Merrit Island Trail||Welland|
|Upper Canada Heritage Trail||St. Catharines|
|Green Ribbon Trail||St. Catharines|
|Participark Trail||St. Catharines|
|Waterfront Trail||Countinues west from Grimsby|
|Bruce Trail||Grimsby to Chippawa|
|Niagara Parkway||Fort Erie to Niagara-on-the-Lake|
|Trans Canada Trail||Continues west from Wainfleet|