Using the map

The Great Lakes Waterfront Trail spans much of the Ontario shores of the Great Lakes. This interactive Web Map will let explore the trail and learn about the route.

Layers

Great Lakes Waterfront Trail
On-Road
may share lane with other traffic
Off-Road
dedicated multi-purpose trail
Paved
Road or trail surface is paved
Loose surface
Road or trail surface is not paved
Caution
use caution in this area
Under Construction
temporarily out of service
Proposed
proposed new routing
Itineraries
Partner Trails
The Great Trail
(formally Trans-Canada Trail)
Greenbelt Route
Trail to GO
Other Connecting Trails (Google Bicycling layer)
Trails
Dedicated lanes
Bicycle-friendly roads
Dirt/unpaved trails
Base Map
Earth view
show satellite imagery
Trail Notices
Access Point
Limited access to trail in this area. Access the trail here.
Caution
Use caution in this area.
Under Construction
Trail closed due to construction. Use alternate route.
Flooding
Trail closed due to flooding. Use alternate route.
No Cycling
This section of trail is restricted to pedestirans only.
Railway Crossing
Use caution crossing railway.
Points of Interest
Staging Area
Parking and washrooms available here. This is a good place to start or end your trip.
Border Crossing
Access to/from the U.S.A.
Tourist Info
Travel Information available.
Interpretation Panel
An interpretation panel available here with information about the area or wildlife.
Parking
Day parking available here.
Scenic Lookout
Great views of the surrounding landscape.
Washrooms
Bathroom facilities available here.
WIFI
Wifi hotspot
Other attraction
Other point of interest.
Multiple attractions
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