Saugeen Rail Trail

The Saugeen Rail Trail is a year round, multi-use trail that connects Southampton and Port Elgin, Ontario. Built on an old railway line the trail is easily accessed and used by visitors and residents alike.

In the summer, a popular trip is to travel the entire trail by bike from Port Elgin to Southampton and loop back (25-30 km total) along the scenic North Shore Road where beautiful views of Lake Huron can be experienced.

Access:The trailhead is at River Street in Port Elgin, a few blocks north of the town and east of Hwy 21. There are several access points – some with parking some without.
Difficulty:Easy
Surface:Hard-packed stone dust.
Uses:Walking/hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing. No motorized vehicles are permitted.

The trail is maintained through a combination of volunteer labour, community funding and membership in the Saugeen RailTrail Association.

Saugeen Rail Trail
River Street
Saugeen Shores ON Canada
Phone: 519-832-9193
Email: joycescammell@hotmail.com
Url: https://www.saugeenrailtrail.ca/
519-832-9193