Enjoy Lindsay’s Spectacular Outdoors on the Victoria Rail Trail

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Ravines of Lindsay offers an incredible alternative to new homes in Durham Region.  Our detached new homes are situated in a neighbourhood bordered by Jennings Creek, with beautiful views and fresh air, at an affordable price from the $500,000’s.

The Victoria Recreation Corridor is a rail trail that takes you from Lindsay, along Sturgeon Lake through Fenelon Falls along Cameron Lake.  During the summer the bridge crossing is swung open to allow boater traffic through, making it necessary to detour through downtown, along highway 121.

This trail offers tremendous opportunities for families to explore on foot or on two wheels.  At Ravines of Lindsay, there’s always something to satisfy your adventurous spirit.

North of Cameron Lake the trail continues through the Burnt River, eventually leading to Kinmount. The trip from Fenelon Falls north to Kinmount is 32 km, but it winds through some of the County’s most scenic landscapes that look like no one has ever touched them.  The trip from Fenelon Falls south to Lindsay is only 22 km’s long and follows Sturgeon Lake. It’s just a quick 10 km into the community of Cameron.

From Cameron, it continues 10km to the Ken Reid Conservation Area which features hiking and mountain biking trails through the park. If you’re a birder, the marsh boardwalk offers prime viewing for Ospreys.

Beyond Ken Reid, it’s only 8 km’s into Lindsay at William Street North. Lindsay has many things to offer including the Victoria County Museum, the Academy Theatre as well as full shopping and dining facilities. Enjoy the scenic splendour and natural beauty Victoria County has to offer.

Stay tuned as we explore more of what the great town of Lindsay has to offer.  For our Ravines of Lindsay community offering new homes in Lindsay, please register for more details.