Foster Parkland and Walking Trails
Looking for something to do? Take a hike on The Kensington Conservancy's Foster Parkland and Walking Trails!
The Foster Parkland and Walking Trails remain open during the COVID-19 pandemic. If using the trails, please practice social distancing and hike only with those who who are in your household. The trails may not be maintained as frequently as usual.
The Foster Parkland and Walking Trails are 3.5km worth of hiking trails that are always open for the public to enjoy. They can be snowshoed during the winter months.
The trailhead can be found at The Kensington Conservation Centre, located a 69 Boyer Drive in Desbarats, Ontario. A map can be found further below.
WARNING: The trails are a moderate hike, with some brief, but steep inclines and many rocky segments. Rocky segments may be very slippery after rainfalls. These trails may not be suitable for everyone.
Dogs are allowed on the trails, but MUST BE LEASHED AT ALL TIMES. Please pick up after your dog as well.
The trailhead for the Foster Parkland and Walking Trails is located at The Kensington Conservation Centre, 69 Boyer Drive in Desbarats, Ontario. Boyer Drive is accessed from Highway 17.