The Seguin Trail is part of the Park to Park Trail Association system of trails. This 80 km section is the best known section of the Park to Park trail network. Following the historic route of the Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway (later part of the Canada Atlantic Railway) built by J.R. Booth, this section of trail stretches from just west of Highway 400 to the Walls Junction where the trail splits. This section of trail is one of the more adventurous segment, with a rough, dirt surfacing and the occasional puddle. This section of trail is owned and managed by the Park to Park Trail Association. Access to this trail is through two trailheads; at the Georgian Bay Travel Centre (Hwy 400 exit 214, offers food outlets, washrooms, and ample parking) as well as in Sprucedale. Paper trail maps, if desired, can be purchased from the Park to Park Trail Association here.
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