About the Trail
Located on the unopened road allowance between Brumwell St. and the 5th Line of Smith, the Bridgenorth Trail is 2.3 km long, lined with native trees, and boasts a peaceful and tranquil setting amidst the Miller Creek Wetlands. There are benches situated along the Trail to provide scenic and comfortable resting spots as needed. Trail heads located at Brumwell Street and the 5th Line feature parking, and a large trail map identifies local points of interest. Users are expected to police their dogs and the Peterborough Humane Society enforces municipal by-laws regulating Dogs Running at Large and Stoop & Scoop; appropriate phone numbers will be posted along the trail.
We invite you to experience this scenic trail for a leisurely stroll, an energizing run or a relaxing bike ride. Whatever your choice, be sure to visit the Bridgenorth Trail, a healthy community is a happy community!
Stewards & Volunteers Required
The Selwyn Parks and Recreation Department maintains the trail with help from the Stewards and Volunteers. If you would you like to volunteer please contact us at 705-292-9507 ext 243.
The BEL Rotary Club is a much appreciated Trail Stewardship partner! If you are interested in supporting the Trail for on going maintenance, upgrades and general promotional activities please consider making a financial contribution.
Bridgenorth Trail Development and Maintenance Guidelines
Bridgenorth Trail Stewardship Plan