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Recreational Path

Recreational Path

Recreational Path Guide 

Recreational Path GuideFind information on the City recreational path, bicycle safety, e-bikes, dogs in the park and more in the 2012 Recreational Path Guide!

The guide is a special publication of Seaway News

Click here to download the guide (PDF 6.6 MB). 

Cornwall has a comprehensive network of approximately 40 kilometres of recreational paths that allow people to walk, bike and rollerblade along the St. Lawrence River and throughout the City.

The largest part of the recreational path spans the entire waterfront, offering great views of the St. Lawrence River. This part of the recreational path is also part of the Waterfront Trail, which stretches from Niagara-on-the-Lake to the Quebec border.

Cornwall's recreation path connects neighbourhoods
to a number of attractions including Lamoureux Park, Cornwall Civic Complex, Cornwall Curling Centre, Cornwall Aquatic Centre, Cornwall Community Museum and the historic Cornwall Canal. It also connects the Gray's Creek Conservation Area in the east to Guindon Park in the west.

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Two of the main access points to the path are Lamoureux Park and Guindon Park. Both locations have free parking. 

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