Eastern Ontario Trails

Eastern Ontario Trails, Tweed: Address, Phone Number, Eastern Ontario Trails Reviews: 3.5/5

Eastern Ontario Trails
3.5
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Your backyard just got bigger! Welcome to the Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance, your guide to outdoor recreation and adventure in Eastern Ontario. With trail networks spreading from the Bay of Quinte, all the way north to Algonquin Park, there are endless ways for you and your family to discover Ontario’s history, natural environment and rural communities. Whether hiking, cycling, horseback riding, canoeing, ATVing or snowmobiling, are your pleasure, we have trails you’ll want to explore. You can visit for the day, or stay for the week. You can even customize your trip with one of our Adventure Packages. We’ll help you create the perfect route for independent travel.
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3.5
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Bill Henery
1 contribution
Eota trails not great
Apr 2021 • Friends
Riding these trails is not very enjoyable on a atv. Large holes. Wash outs. We went to sharbot lake last weekend what a joy to ride there. I think i will put my permit money into a OFATV permit this year. Sorry but the bridge at moria lake has been closed for way to long . All atv riders have to go all the way to marmora for food and gas. Where is our permit money going. Thanks
Written 8 April 2021
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h0labella
Kingston, Ontario4 contributions
Great day trip
Aug 2020
A colorful, relaxing trail to enjoy an ATV experience. The trails are easy to navigate with a nice variety of scenery. We especially like to start in Stirling and venture to Tweed for lunch. This makes for a great day trip.
Written 15 August 2020
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DawgSitter
Ottawa, Canada63 contributions
Beautiful area and trails - too many hazards to enjoy
Apr 2019 • Family
I love being on trails of all sorts and believe in maintaining them and keeping everyone safe. I am normally on the TCT or KP trail 3x per day. While visiting in Stirling I used the Hastings Heritage trail - looks like it could be wonderful but due to very poor behaviour from several atv riders (speed, throwing rocks, splashing, not moving over, spinning rocks, tossing garbage) and dog owners - up to 4 dogs and not one leash and letting them run ahead up to 1/4 km with no control - the negatives certainly diminished the positive experiences. We were cringing when we heard an atv or saw someone else approaching with dog(s). Then to top it off - the rudeness is crazy. Hopefully this is not the norm, but for now I would not recommend this trail.
Written 21 April 2019
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Matteo P
7 contributions
great trails
Jun 2017 • Friends
The Eastern Ontario Trails are beautiful. They are very smooth, and are perfect for pleasure riding your bicycle or horse. I really enjoy riding on these trails because it's always a blast. The trails are not very muddy so they are also great trails for race bikes. There are kilometres and kilometres of trails for hours worth of fun whether it’s pouring rain, snowing or blistering heat. The trails are suitable for cycling, ATVs, Race Bikes, Snowmobiles, horses, hiking and walking.
Written 16 June 2017
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thor2705
Ottawa, Canada2,233 contributions
Good Trails
Jul 2016 • Friends
Good trails all year long, if is for mountain bikes or for ATV's in the summer or for snowmobiles in the winter, there are great all year long and will provide nice views of nature and wild life, plus a lot of excitement. The network is huge and is not covering only Tweed area.
Written 7 November 2016
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za479ba
Madoc, Canada8 contributions
Great Riding Trails
Aug 2015 • Friends
The Eastern Ontario Trails are beautiful. They are very smooth, and are perfect for pleasure riding. I love riding on these trails with my friends because we always have a blast. The trails are not very muddy so they are also good trails for race bikes. There are kilometres and kilometres of trails for hours worth of fun whether it’s pouring rain, snowing or blistering heat. The trails are suitable for cycling, ATVs, Race Bikes, and Snowmobiles.
Written 15 June 2016
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wendy g
kingston27 contributions
Sledding
Feb 2016
Every winter my husband and friends travel these trails on snow mobiles! I find the trails good and you can see some wildlife if you're lucky it runs along the lake
Written 12 February 2016
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lakesideholidays2015
Tweed, Canada15 contributions
Hundreds of miles of outdoor fun and beauty
Oct 2015
Customers came from lower Pennsylvania for the seemingly endless trails because they only have access to short confined private routes. Others from Ottawa trailered to Perth then ATV'd to Tweed for the weekend. Trailhead parking also available just north of the 401 in Belleville and east of Peterborough. EOTA trails connect to central Ontario trails as part of the Trans Canada multi use trail system. Climate changes have made the lower portions typically poor for snow mobiling but 4 wheelers are good most of the time except on a few restricted sections.
Written 10 February 2016
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PedroHazard
Tweed, Canada13 contributions
Not ideal for walkers, but good trail networks
Aug 2015
There are some fine trails here. Many are on old rail beds, which makes for a varied experience. Most of the trails cater to ATVers and snowmobilers. This makes the trails less than ideal for walkers and bicyclists. Sometimes fist-sized rocks make walking/biking difficult and ATVers both maintain parts of the trail and destroy others through misuse. The trails do provide good links between comunities and more exciting trails. See my vishwawalking.ca site for more details.
Written 21 August 2015
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