Duff Roblin Parkway Trail
Wildlife and vegetation along with agricultural land this trail supports multi-use, non-motorized, four season recreational opportunities along the floodway, including walking, hiking, and biking in the summer with cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter. Users will follow the floodway channel on this trail that acts as a service access road to the floodway. It is open to the public for multi purpose when not in use for the floodway. Providing linkages to the Trans-Canada Trail and Birds Hill Provincial Park, and in the future, the new Duff Roblin Provincial Park, located near the south end of the floodway will be linked also.