Did you know that North Grenville is second only to Reykjavík, Iceland in greenspace per capita? It's true! Certified by the World Council on City Data (WCCD).
We take great advantage of this greenspace too with over 50 kilometres of recreational trails to explore! With so many opportunities to get around to choose from it’s easy to get out and explore year-round.
There are a number of Municipal trails and multi-use pathways.
Spend a whole day exploring the Kemptville Campus!
Limerick Forest Trails
North Grenville is lucky to host two public sites of the Limerick Forest. One near the hamlet of Oxford Station and one between Oxford Mills and our neighbours in Merrickville.
In total, Limerick Forest is a 6092-hectare community forest that is owned and managed by the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville (UCLG). We are grateful for the efforts of UCLG staff and the Friends of Limerick Forest, a group of volunteers that do hands on projects to enhance and maintain the forest for all.