You are invited to explore lovely Forks of the Credit Provincial Park. The 8 km loop hike begins where the West Credit and Credit Rivers join (“The Forks”), and continues along Dominion Street through the historic hamlet of Brimstone. The trail wanders through the valley and along the river to ruins of the old Hydro Station. After crossing the river twice, our hike will return on the Bruce Trail taking the Dorothy Medhurst Side Trail back to Brimstone and soon our starting point. (See Map 15 of the Bruce Trail Guide)
Level of challenge: moderate pace, landscape is hilly so there will be some gradual climbing.
To wear: sturdy shoes/boots & sun hat, and consider taking a wind/rain jacket.
To bring: water bottle, a snack, insect repellent, sun screen and your camera.
Well-behaved dogs on leash are most welcome.
Michael Davis is an avid hiker who has explored trails around our province and far beyond. He also serves on Board & as Membership Coordinator for Kleinburg Chapter of HVHTA.
Hike will start from parking area on Forks of the Credit Rd just before the Dominion St. bridge.
Driving from Kleinburg or Bolton:
Go west to Hwy 10, then north to Forks of the Credit Road (14.5 km north of Mayfield Rd).
Turn west, and after 3.1 km on Forks of the Credit Rd you will see parking on the right side of the road, just before Dominion bridge.
If you pass under the railway trestle you have gone too far!