The Tiny Trail Offers Big Enjoyment

The Tiny Trail is a 23-kilometre recreational multi-use trail. It was one of Ontario’s first rail-to-trail conversions when it was purchased in 1978. Registered as part of the Trans Canada Trail System, its southern terminus is at the Tiny/Flos Line (Springwater), 1.5 kilometers north of Elmvale, runs roughly west parallel to County Road 6, and then angles northeastward to its northern terminus at the southern town limits of Penetanguishene.

The trail passes over prime agricultural land and into areas of hardwood forest.  The Wye River and Copeland Creek meander across the trail and under 14 historic bridges, 11 of which are located between its northern entrance and Concession 12 East. A brief history of each bridge is provided along the way. This northern section of the trail is paved, while the remaining trail is surfaced with crushed stone. The Tiny Trail is a shared-use trail and permits a wide variety of uses. Snowmobiles are permitted by permit only, while ATVs, dirt bikes and street vehicles are not permitted on the trail.


Map Courtesy Township of Tiny


You can view an interactive map of the trail on Tiny’s website

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