We’re Ready to Host You, When The Time is Right.
Whether you’re a resident of Ontario’s Southwest looking for a little fun in your own backyard right now, or someone eager to explore our region in the future, we look forward to welcoming you when the time is right. Our tourism partners are committed to doing their part to ensure your safety. As the COVID-19 situation in Ontario may change quickly, please plan your travel to our region and activities while you’re here using the most recent guidance found at: Ontario Ministry of Health, Health Canada, or Southwest Public Health.
Kid friendly or black diamond.
Wildwood Conservation Area has approximately 30 km of trails, including a 24 km loop route around Wildwood Reservoir. The loop is mostly single track trails with some double track on the north side of the lake trail. If you’re riding with younger kids, explore the Green and Red trails located close to the trailhead. If you’re an experienced rider and looking for more of a challenge, ride the entire Lake Trail loop and take both of the Black Diamond trail offshoots, Lake Trail is a directional loop meaning that on even-days it rides clockwise and on odd-days, counter-clockwise.
Total Trails: 30km
Difficulty Level: Kid-Friendly, Easy, Intermediate, Difficult
Trail Width: Single track, with some double track
Trail Surface: Flat and rugged terrain with steep hills, exposed roots, rocks and some boardwalks
Unique Features: 24km loop route around Wildwood reservoir with Black Diamond trail offshoots
Please take a moment prior to your visit to confirm that the places you plan to enjoy will be operating when you arrive. The partner listings in our Things To Do section are a great resource to find operator websites and phone numbers.