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Stroller Friendly Hikes

Finding stroller friendly hikes can be a bit challenging. We’ve done all the leg work for you to provide the best stroller friendly trails in the area.

Cherry Hill Gate by the Royal Botanical Gardens

📍Burlington – Pay To Park

The trail starts with a dirt hill at the beginning so proceed with caution when slippery or muddy. The trail opens up to a beautiful boardwalk through the Marsh.

Crawford Lake Conservation Area

📍Milton – Book Ahead/Pay Admission

This trail starts with a ramp to a dirt trail. The dirt trail is fairly flat. It opens up to. boardwalk that spans around Crawford Lake.

Bronte Creek Provincial Park

📍Oakville – Price Per Car

There are many trails to choose from. Some are paved, some dirt, some through grass or on gravel. The best trail to choose from is the Gnome Trail just past the playbarn.

Rattray Marsh Conservation Area

📍 Mississauga – FREE (Park at Jack Darling Memorial Park)

Beautiful boardwalks and dirt trails lining Lake Ontario and through a Marsh. This pathway is great for spotting deer and other wildlife.

Erindale Park

📍 Mississauga – FREE

Stroller friendly gravel paths, across a bridge and some dirt paths through the forest. This is a great place for exploration.

LaSalle Park

📍 Burlington – FREE

Half of the dirt trail is stroller friendly with small hills and boardwalk. There is a set of stairs further in and you can turn around and retrace your steps for the short walk back.

Kerncliff Park

📍 Burlington – FREE

Most paths are gravel, or dirt. Some are stroller friendly with small hills or inclines, some boardwalk. The best choice for a stroller is the boardwalk area right off the lower parking lot.

Joe Sam’s Park

📍 Waterdown – FREE

A paved pathway through woods and across boardwalk and back.