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Peterborough-Lakefield Rotary Greenway Trail

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Peterborough-Lakefield Rotary Greenway Trail

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arlie2015 wrote a review Aug. 2020
Niagara Falls, Canada110 contributions20 helpful votes
We biked along the Greenway Trail past the river, over bridges, past sports groups and yoga gals, splash pad and past lovely homes and gardens. It was a very pleasant ride and look forward to going back.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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BevOntario wrote a review Jul. 2019
Peterborough31 contributions13 helpful votes
We are very lucky to have this trail as a local asset for fun and fitness for everyone in the area and for visitors to enjoy.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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James B wrote a review Oct. 2017
Burlington, Canada111 contributions22 helpful votes
Bike through Beavermead Park and along Little Lake waterfront, through the locks, and up into the Rotary Path (a short jaunt through city streets. You will pass the Ashburnham Ale House (stop and try a pint: a must on the way back) and lots of interesting places. Best of all: you'll see the Otonabee River and the many birds that fly along the shores. It is an easy level, paved path that is good for the entire family (beginner to advanced).
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Lois/William L wrote a review Nov. 2016
North Bay13 contributions5 helpful votes
This bike path is used by young and old alike. It extends several miles, from downtown Peterborough, all the way to Lakefield (the first village). It is an asphalt trail and there are benches along the way to take a rest. I have used it for years. There will be all ages on it - mothers with infants in strollers, families on bikes, some on roller blades and then there are those like me, who just enjoy walking the path! Bikers are very courteous to walkers. In the spring you pass lilac trees and flocks in bloom in many areas. The path runs beside the river and passes Trent University - an architectural masterpiece/
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Date of experience: October 2016
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sharonandmatt2015 wrote a review Oct. 2016
Kingston, Canada73 contributions26 helpful votes
We certainly did not, until a recent trip to visit relatives and a chance to hop on our bikes to stretch our legs from a longish drive. Oh, what fun to discover the many trails around town. We made a full weekend of it (besides visiting the family), looping north towards TASS and Trent, then downtown all around Little Lake, and a further jaunt out from Jackson Creek heading towards Omemee. 30 years ago we said "adios" to Peterborough and thought we wouldn't be back unless necessary, as there wasn't much going on at the time (for our interests at least). But now that we've found this amazing trail network, we're planning to come back whenever possible. Other cities could take a lesson or two from Ptbo's forward-thinking bike-friendliness. Kudos to whomever it was that made this cycling network such a great attraction for visitors and residents alike.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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