Local Trails

Toogood Pond

Toogood Pond is a picturesque 33-hectare park located in the heart of Unionville, Ontario. The pond is surrounded by lush greenery and is a popular destination for nature lovers, families, and local travellers. Visitors can take a walk or jog around the pond, have a picnic, or enjoy a number of lookout points. Wildlife is abundant, and visitors can catch glimpses of ducks, herons, swans, fish, turtles, and more!

Boardwalk at Toogood Pond
Pond with fountain and benches under willow trees

Bruce’s Creek

Bruce’s Creek offers a beautiful family-friendly paved trail and boardwalk making it a wonderful hike suitable for all ages and skill levels. The trail is approximately 3.5 km long and offers a mix of forest, wetlands, and open fields. Check out the Trail Collection at the Unionville Public Library before you go for a walk on the trail. They have binoculars, bug nets, compasses, insect capture boxes, magnifying glasses, traction shoes, walking poles and more for you to borrow!