Millennium trail

The Millennium Trail in Renfrew is 3.4 kilometers long and runs along the old CN train tracks from Barnet Boulevard to Lisgar Street. The trail is suitable for walkers, joggers, wheelchairs, bicycles, bird watching, cross country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter. The trail has benches and picnic tables for rest stops and provides a safe, scenic atmosphere in which to stay fit, for young and old alike. The Millennium Trail is just one of the many nature trails and hiking trails you can find in Renfrew. 

Ma-te-way Recreational Trail

The trail system at Ma-te-Way Park is used all season by those walking, running, cycling, shoeshoeing and cross country skiing. The recreational trail is 2.5 kilometer in length and located directly behind the recreation complex. The trail loops around the sliding hill at Ma-te-Way Park. 

Algonquin Trail/Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail

The 296km Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail is a multi-use corridor that stretches from near Smiths Falls to just shy of Mattawa, passing through Lanark County, Renfrew County (where it is also known as the Algonquin Trail) and Papineau-Cameron Township. The trail runs through the Town of Renfrew crossing O'Brien Road, Hall Avenue, Plaunt Street South, Raglan Street North and the Bonnechere River. The trail is open year round for pedestrian and multi-use. 

K&P Trail

The K&P Trail follows the historical Kingston to Pembroke rail corridor. Today, the K&P trail is a multi-use trail that stretches 180 km from Renfrew to Kingston and in Renfrew connects with the Algonquin trail. The K&P is managed by various municipalities including the County of Renfrew, Township of Lanark Highlands, County of Frontenac, and City of Kingston.