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Last Updated
June 28, 2001

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The trails offer something for everyone, from unique natural areas to charming 19th century neighbourhoods. Hike the rugged Mill Run Trail; discover ancient fossils on the Living Levee Trail or catch a glimpse of a Great Blue Heron along the Linear Trail. The younger crowd can explore Riverside Park's petting zoo.

Water sport enthusiasts will appreciate canoing on both the Speed and Grand Rivers. Fishing buffs can pursue Small Mouth Bass, Northern Pike and the elusive Trout.

If you prefer the urban jungle, the Living Levee provides a multitude of fine restaurants, shops boutiques and factory outlets situated among outstanding examples of heritage architecture.

Throughout the year, there are guided hikes along the trails. If you prefer to explore on your own, you'll find that access points to trails are clearly identified by signs. Please feel free to print out the map posted on this website as well as the trails descriptions.

Riverside Park provides the setting for the Kinsmen Spring carnival in May and the Canada Day Parade and Fireworks in July. Both the Cambridge Highland Games and the Fat Tire Festival Cycling Races are featured in July. In August, traditional music enthusiasts can listen to the sounds of the Mill Race Folk Festival. September brings the Arts Festival and December features outdoor theatre in the Living Christmas Pageant, both by the river in our downtown.

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