Rouge Valley Conservation Centre


Cycling in Rouge Park

There is plenty to see in Rouge Park on your bike. Here are a few suggestions from the Rouge Park Visitor’s Guide:

A - On Reesor Road, Lapps Cider Mill, built in 1872

B - Glen Eagles Vista

C - Bailey Bridge, built in 1954 by Canadian Military Engineers to replace a bridge destroyed by Hurricane Hazel. This bridge is the last remaining one servicing in the Scarborough area.

D - Crops grown in Rouge Park’s Agricultural Heritage Reserve

E - Bob Hunter Memorial Park

Please note that cycling is NOT permitted on trails or in sensitive nature reserves in the Park. Trails are in a Nature Reserve zone and cycling is prohibited in these areas to help protect sensitive ecosystems. Cycling on roads is welcome.

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