- June 21, 2018
Notice of Herbicide Use
The Municipality of Kincardine intends to control common
annual, biennial, perennial and noxious weeds on various stone
dust sections of the Municipal Trail System using the
herbicide known as FINALSAN PCP # 30012 under the Pest Control
Products Act (Canada). The application method will be spraying
directly on the weeds. Treatment will occur between June 21,
2018 – June 29, 2018, weather permitting.
information contact: Lisa Ambeau 519 396-3468 ext 7121
- Feb. 1, 2018
NOTE: Several trail
bridges were damaged in the recent high water and are unusable
or missing. Download the latest trail map for details.
*** The Pink Trail on the beach
from Kingsway St. to the North Line Extension is CLOSED until further
notice due to high water.
DO NOT use private property to
exit the trail. ***
- Dec 21, 2017
Click Photo to See Our
Exciting New Trail Plans & Full Brochure
May 26, 2016
The KTA and volunteers installed a NEW seasonal bridge
over the S Penetangore River (just west of the Highway 21
bridge). There is a lot to be thankful for as far as this NEW
development goes, so many we need to list them (hoping we
don't forget any) (click photo to enlarge)
- November 17, 2015
Bruce County, ironing out details to file for Bruce Rd 23
Trail grant. The Kincardine Trails Association (KTA) is
optimistic it can earn a grant that will send the 12-km Bruce
Road 23 Trail into its final fundraising stages...Read
- October 17, 2015
See the new Trail
Activity Guide on the News page.
- August 19, 2015
Hunsburger has been heading up on the NEW Green Trial section.
This trail will join up to the east end of Stewart Dr (in
Willow West) and the future seasonal bridge that will connect
to the NEW Red Trail section. When completed these trail
enhancements will offer users a 5km loop alternative!
- July 25, 2015
Pictures of the new bridge and approaches installed
at the east end of the red trail.
- August 20, 2014 Trails maps now on Google. Click
Our trails are more than a healthy life-style choice. They
represent the very meaning of Kincardine’s slogan: Great energy/balanced
By using approved environmental practices and building
public awareness among Kincardine residents and visitors, it is the goal
of the Kincardine Trail Association (KTA) to continue developing a
sustainable trail system that links our beautiful public parks and open
spaces with improved access for all and helpful loops in key spots.
KTA volunteers have already developed 22 kilometers of
sustainable trails since 2001, focusing first on the Town of Kincardine.
Now we are moving on from Kincardine to Inverhuron Park. By Phase III,
we will have fabulous trails from Kincardine, along the former CN rail
line, all the way to the municipality’s northern boundary.
There are five trails in Kincardine.
Click the navigation bar at top for trail description
in small boxes on the maps represent the location
of signs on trees or posts
i.e. B16 = Blue Trail, location #16