The Kawartha Trans Canada Trail has 12 Managing Partners who volunteer their time and effort to help maintain the trail. It is this type of community involvement that ensures the trail remains safe & enjoyable for residents and visitors to Kawartha Lakes. Thank you so very much to our our partners:
We have a Trail Monitoring Form online http://ktct.ca/contact/monitoring-form for members of these organizations to report on trail conditions.
Trail users can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to report illegal use or trail conditions that require attention.
We are still getting emails about illegal dirt bikes and ATVs on the trail despite clearly marked gates that show they are not allowed on the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail. Did you know that less than 2% of Trans Canada Trail routes in Ontario allow ATVs? Eventually this will be 0%. These routes receive no funding for trail maintenance or enhancements from Trans Canada Trail. The Kawartha Trans Canada Trail is a volunteer run, charitable organization - our 54 kilometre trail is one of the sections that make up the 24,000 kilometre Trans Canada Trail nationally. In 2017, the Trans Canada Trail will be connected from coast-to-coast-to-coast and will be the longest trail in the World.
To report illegal use by ATVs or dirt bikes please do the following:
You can also send an email to email@example.com
Our volunteers work hard to keep the trail safe and well maintained for the enjoyment of residents of, and visitors to, Kawartha Lakes.