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Rotary and Algonquin Regiment Waterfront Fitness Trail


Rotary and Algonquin Fitness Trail in Parry Sound

Run, stroll or bike along the 6 km waterfront trail hugging the shores of Georgian Bay, known locally as "the fitness trail".

Follow the pink granite path along the waterfront, and enjoy the amenities of 5 fitness stations. Learn about our community at the various interpretive plaques: the Algonquin Regiment memorial, the Shrine Club monument and the Rotary monument plaques.

There are various access points to the trail, and include Champagne Street, Great North Road, the Town Dock, Charles W. Stockey Centre, Sail Parry Sound, Waubuno Beach and the Salt Dock.

Picnic areas, benches and "poop and scoop" receptacles are located along the trail.

North Shore Rugged Hiking Trail

Are you looking for more of challenge than the Fitness Trail? The North Shore Rugged Hiking Trail is a rugged 2.5km trail located on the road-shore allowance of the Town's Salt Dock Wharf, to the Municipality of McDougall municipal boundary.

Due to the rugged nature of the shoreline, the trail is a "Rugged Use Only" hiking trail.

Challenge your skills by exploring this trail, overlooking beautiful Georgian Bay.

COVID-19 Updates: 

Everyone using these outdoor recreational amenities is required to physically distance from anyone who is not in their household or permitted social circle.  This means staying 2 meters or 6 feet away from other people. If you arrive at a park, for example that is crowded, you should wait until there is enough space to physically distance or return at another time. 

Users of the Town of Parry Sound’s parks system are  reminded that these areas are available for use at your own risk and are not regularly sanitized.  An inherent risk of exposure to communicable diseases including COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present.