Oak Ridges Lake to Lake Trail Project

Did you know? The new trail that is connecting Stouffville Road and the existing Oak Ridges Corridor Conservation Reserve (ORCCR) trail is part of the Lake to Lake Trail Project.

The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), in partnership with the Regional Municipality of York, is constructing a 630-metre multi-use trail connection between Stouffville Road and existing Oak Ridges Corridor Conservation Reserve (ORCCR) trail.


The trail is part of the Lake to Lake active transportation network that aims to connect key trails and destinations like transit hubs, community centres, and parks, between Lake Ontario and Lake Simcoe. The trail will provide improved access to ORCCR and recreational opportunities in the area.



Construction Updates:

Week of June 13, 2022: Major trail construction activities are now complete. Installation of P-gates and asphalt paving at the trail entrance from Stouffville Road will take place in Summer 2022. For your safety, please respect all posted construction signs and stay clear of work areas and equipment. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.





What is the Lake to Lake Cycling Route and Walking Trail?

The Lake to Lake Route is a 121 kilometer recreational and commuter trail that will connect Lake Simcoe to Lake Ontario. It is a transformative project that will form a key spine of York Region and the City of Toronto’s active transportation network, connecting to trails like the Greenbelt Route, PanAm Path and Waterfront Trail, destinations like transit hubs, and other attractions like beaches, community centres, and parks.

Click image below for the Proposed Lake to Lake Cycling Route and Walking Trail