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Become a Trail Wagger for only $25 and receive: An engraved Lynn Valley Trail dog tag with your dog’s name and phone number on it (Courtesy Port Dover Jewellry & Gifts) + We’ll feature a photo of your dog on the the Lynn Valley Trail Facebook page!
The Lynn Valley Trail is beautiful, accessible and well maintained. And that’s all because of the generosity and effort of members and donors like you. While the trail is owned by Norfolk County, the Lynn Valley Trail Association is the driving force that has turned it from an unused rail line in 1993 to a […]
The Lynn Valley Trail Association has launched a new feature on the website called, “Let us know!” A simple form designed to give trail users a quick and easy way to notify the LVTA of any issues on the trail, ideas for improvement or general questions and concerns regarding trail use. Problem on the trail? […]
Trails are now opened in Haldimand and Norfolk counties, including the Lynn Valley Trail – but new regulations apply. Cyclists, walkers, hikers, runners may use the trail while observing new social/physical distancing requirements. Respect of other trail users is always expected. Note: Washrooms and Porta Potty facilitates are not available.
The Perfect Gift for the Trail Blazer on Your List You know that person on your list that “has everything”? This year, consider the gift of a 1-year Membership to the Lynn Valley Trail. Membership fees go directly to the Lynn Valley Trail Association to help keep the trail it maintained, beautiful and accessible for […]
Simcoe residents, Bob and Marion Lindsay were active trail hikers and members of the Lynn Valley Trail Association for many years. After Marion’s passing in 2016, Bob and his family decided to donate a bench to the Lynn Valley Trail in memory of Marion, his wife of over 60 years.