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COVID-19 Update:

All trails are open to the public for use. 

Help Stop the Spread:

  • physical distancing including keeping 2-metres (the length of a hockey stick) from others;
  • washing your hands or using hand sanitizer with 70% alcohol content;
  • avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue or your elbow;

For further closures, orders and information please refer to the Chatham-Kent Public Health website. 

The Municipality of Chatham-Kent maintains over 70 km of recreational trails and pathways, and more trails are being planned in collaboration with communities across the region. Ranging in length from 500 m to 5.8 km, the trails have been constructed with a variety of surfaces to appeal to walkers, runners, and cyclists.

Another 60 km of additional trails are located in Provincial Parks and Conservations Areas within the municipality. Two regional multi-use trails also pass through the borders of Chatham-Kent: the TransCanada Trail, which will eventually cross the entire length of the country, and the Waterfront Trail, celebrating the waterfronts of the Great Lakes. Both are renowned tourism attractions, and can be enjoyed by residents and visitors alike!



Pick up a Chatham-Kent Trail Map from one of your local municipal centres or libraries, the booklet features maps of over 55 unique trails located across Chatham-Kent. For an interactive map, please click on the map below to load our Trails Story Map to review all of the Trails located within Chatham-Kent, we currently have 59 trails.






Trail Network Story Map

Click on the map below to view an interactive map of Chatham-Kent's extensive network of trails. Chatham-Kent has a diverse set of trails to explore! Use this Story Map to help find one near you!

CK Trails

 Off Road Vehicles By-Law #32-2017

Chatham-Kent Off-Road Vehicle By-Law #32-2017 does not permit off-road vehicles (ORV's) and all-terrain vehicles (ATV's) on Trails, Pathways, Parks or any recreational land.
Parks By-Law #19-2016 is to be followed on all trails and park pathways.