The KTCT will be we conducting a vegetation spray program from May 20 to June 15. Herbicide spraying of roundup will be applied pending favourable spray conditions. The application of roundup will be conducted by a Licensed Sprayer. It is safe to humans. As a precaution the trail will be posted closed as the work is conducted. For further information please send your comments to our website
The Fowler’s Corners and District Lions Club is a managing partner who has done a lot to keep the trail safe and in good shape between Highway 7 and Emily Park Road.
The trestle bridge is a major feature along this section.
Thanks go out to all the members of the Lions Club, especially Dave Birch.
About Fowler's Corners & District Lions Club
Lions Community Hall 959 Meadowview Rd. Omemee Ontario
Enter the trail from the east off Logie Street at the north end of Logie Park or from the west off Logie St. at Lindsay St. South.
Newly completed in the fall of 2009, this hard top surfaced portion provides accessibility as it meanders beside the unique Memory Walk with views of the river and through the perennial Welcome Gardens, the Gateway to the Lilac Gardens of Lindsay, stewards of this portion of the trail.
Just north of Scott Young Elementary school there is a pathway the leads from the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail to top of a hill overlooking the trail and school. This land is owned by the Trillium Lakelands School Board and under the leadership of Kevin Adams (former teacher) students have been and are stewards of this land planting hundreds of trees and shrubs.
Kawartha Trans Canada Trail is open but it is extremely soft and wet due to the slow snow melt. Suggest to walk and not cycle the trail until end of April. A reminder the trail is closed to motorized use. Appreciate trail users to contact us via email about trail conditions.