Whether you enjoy a short peaceful stroll through farmland or Cottage County or a longer trail on asphalt roads, Ramara has a trail for you. The township’s trails range from easy to moderate and are a free, fun and healthy way for residents and visitors to get out and explore Ramara.
The Ramara Trail starts at the historic Mnjikaning Fish Weirs – “Mnjikaning” is an Ojibway word meaning “the place of the fish fence” – and follows the abandoned CN rail line through pastoral countryside, through Ramara. Both Mara & McRae Point Provincial Parks offer scenic trails in their parks.
Learn more about the Trails of Ramara.
Ramara offers several scenic paddling experiences with serene rivers and shorelines. Discover the Gentle Green River with quiet waterways and marshlands, clear waters, and green riverbed. Take the Black River to Wasdell Falls route to see the transition of riverbed colouration from the Green River to the Black River and features the first generating station built by Hydro-Electric Power Commission in 1914. The Black River Wilderness route is the perfect mix between a calm paddle, exciting white-water sections and cultural significance.