The following 4 trail heads comprise a brief listing only of all the places the Avon Trail is accessed along its 113 km length from St. Marys to Conestogo.

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avon trail marker

Many trailheads are marked with a small 4” x 4” diamond sign at the road side.

Once at a trailhead, look for and follow the 2” x 6” white blazes (main Trail) painted on trees or poles, or blue blazes for the Stratford Side Trail.

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Check Out The Avon Trail by Sampling These Trailheads

Wildwood CA

Wildwood CA – on Line 9, about 100 m east of McCully’s Hill Farm on the south side of road (43.267330,-81.080712). This is a trailhead for the Wildwood Lake Trail (Blue markers) which the Avon Trail follows heading east for the next 10 km. While Line 9 is a busy road with fast traffic, there are wide shoulders enabling hikers to pull well off the road for safe parking.


 

Perth-Oxford Rd

Perth-Oxford Rd., about 1.8 km west of Fairview on the Embro Rd. (43.27604,-80.9849)
Head south from this trailhead for a lovely walk parts of which travel along Trout Creek ending up on Line 33 – about 2 km


Bimini Loop

Bimini Loop on Embro Rd. (43.296487,-80.973431) Trail head is about 200 m south of Embro Rd. & Perth Line 20. Trailheads go both east and west of each other, the east trailhead being less than 100 m south of the west bound trail. The west bound trail is a loop.


Forest Rd.

Forest Rd. trailhead (43.365889,-80.928523) Head south toward Line 29. At the south end, the trail follows a private driveway to Line 29, crosses the road and continues in a southerly direction.