Lake Simcoe Trail
The Lake Simcoe trail winds along Lake Dr. adjacent to the shores of Lake Simcoe through a typical urban/cottage landscape, offering travellers the only visible access to Lake Simcoe. For a portion of its length, the Lake Simcoe Trail follows the bed of the Lake Simcoe Junction Railway, that in 1907 connected Jackson's Point to Toronto. Migrating waterfowl and other wildlife including fox, deer, skunks, racoons and weasels can be found along the trail. It is approximately 50 km in length, extending from its eastern terminals in Virginia, through the Town of Georgina, to its western border of Cook's Bay.
South - Lake Dr. & Ravenshoe Road