|Trail Length||Trail Type||Level of Difficulty|
|0.7 km | 1.7 km | 2.3 km||Loop||Easy|
The Jack Pine Trail is located in the Stony Swamp sector, the largest wooded area in the Greenbelt. It is divided in three loops: a short (0.7 km), a medium (1.7 km) and a long (2.3 km) one. The variation in habitats in Stony Swamp supports a wide variety of plant life.
- Free. Year-round.
- A central point for many trails in Stony Swamp.
- A large network of trails allows for a variety of hikes — and a different adventure with each visit.
- Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing
- Free. December to March, conditions permitting.
- Plant and wildlife observation
- The wide diversity of habitats supports many different bird species and over 560 native plant species.
- The wetland near Trail 26 is a nesting site for great egrets.
- There is a picnic table near the parking lot.
Trail code of ethics
Rules have been established to ensure that everyone can enjoy the area, today and in the future. Learn more here.