Happy Birthday, Barry

Barry Davidson – the moving force behind the trail renovation and upgrade – got a unique birthday present. Barry wrote ‘I just received this picture as a gift from one of our daughters. It is entitled “Millennium Trail”, acrylic on canvas by Jonas McCann who has relatives in the County.’ Read More

2020 Spring Photographs

George Amaro took ‘a few photos’ on/from the Millennium Trail this spring (April through June), at Slab Creek and Hubbs Creek. You can see all of George’s Spring 2020 images here and be surprised when you re-visit the trail later this year! But be quick. Read More

CAUTION – Invasive Species

There are lots of interesting things to see along the trail. Giant Hogweed and Wild Parsnip aren’t interesting. They’re highly dangerous. Leave them alone. To learn more about giant hogweed – click here  To learn more about wild parsnip – click here  Read More

Trail “launch points”

The Millennium Trail Committee seeks council’s approval of four additional ‘launch points’ development plans before members embark on further fundraising to construct them. To read the detailed write-up on CountyLive.ca about the four additional launch points – click here  Read More

Trail Upgrade arrives

On Monday, June 8th, the dump trucks, graders and roller will be on the Trail, starting at Closson Rd. and working east towards Wellington. On Tuesday and Wednesday, the Trail from Danforth Rd. through to Connolly Rd. will be obstructed, in sections, until the work is completed. Please make plans accordingly. We know you have been waiting for this upgrade, and here it comes. All done – end-to-end – and ready for all from late on June 12th. Read More

Trail User survey [2020]

Take part in our 2020 three-season trail user survey. Not the human users, but the wildlife that use the trail. The Hubbs Creek and Slab Creek sections of the Millennium Trail are set to be resurfaced with an additional 6 inches of limestone screening as soon as the County allows the work to be done. In the meantime, members of the PEC Trails committee and PECFN are interested in trying to get a better understanding of how animals are using… Read More

2019 Spring Photographs

George Amaro’s Spring 2019 photographs from May 4/5 can be seen online. Much has changed in the twelve months since these images were captured. You can see all of George’s Spring 2019 images here and be surprised when you re-visit the trail later this year! Read More