The Rotary & the Algonquin Regiment Waterfront Trail, or “Fitness Trail”, winds its way along the shoreline of Parry Sound. The trail provides stunning views of Georgian Bay and offers great vantage points to watch the sunset. There are two beaches along the way, playgrounds, and many picnic areas. The trail provides stunning views of Georgian Bay and is an experience in Parry Sound you can’t miss!

The Waterfront Trail began life as a rail spur line for the CN and CP railroads. This spur line moved lumber, coal and later oil to the large tanks located around the inner harbour. The spur line was last used in 1984 and the oil tanks were demolished. The railway’s right of way was rehabilitated to make the current trail.

The combination of shoreline and trees offers good opportunities to observe a variety of birds including warblers, swallows, gulls and terns. Occasionally, bald eagles are sighted from the trail.

Learn about a couple of species at risk in this area.


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Things to Do Here


Mountain Bike

Trail Run

Getting Here

Rotary & The Algonquin Regiment Waterfront Trail

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Location Information

Trailheads are found at Champagne Street near the Parry Harbour and at the Salt Docks on Marion Avenue. Parking is also available at the Waubuno Town Beach.

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Local Resources

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Town of Parry Sound

When planning your next vacation destination, look no further than Parry Sound.

Hugging the shores of Georgian Bay, Parry Sound has something for everyone: outdoor adventure and attractions, hiking trails, Blue Flag designated beach, sports courts, performing arts centre and museum, natural vistas and breathtaking sunsets.

Join in the Georgian Bay experience! Visit Parry Sound!


Species at Risk in the Spotlight

Lake Sturgeon

Prehistoric looking lake sturgeon are still found in the Big Sound and are occasionally spotted near the mouth of the Seguin River.

Report your sightings of this threatened critter.

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Olive-sided Flycatcher

Listen for the loud and distinct “quick, three beers” song of the olive-sided flycatcher as you walk the Rose Point Trail. This medium-sized song bird is typically found perched at the tops of trees and makes quick short flights to catch insects and then return to its perch.

Report your sightings of this threatened critter.

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