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GRAND RIVER PADDLING

A TRULY GRAND PADDLING EXPERIENCE

Our trail system runs through the largest watershed in southern Ontario boasting some of the most sought after and unique qualities found anywhere. The Grand River is a nationally designated Heritage River, home to over 80 species of fish and a paddlers dream with slow meandering portions interrupted by fast running strong current sections.

GLEN MORRIS TO PARIS

Glen Morris to Paris

Travel down the Grand River and enjoy the scenic views of Three Sisters stone bridge columns,

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NEWPORT BRIDGE TO CHIEFSWOOD

Newport to Chiefswood

Enter Grand River water at Newport Bridge on Newport Road just after it goes under Brant County Road 18.

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NITH RIVER (CANNING TO PARIS)

Nith River

Enjoy a paddle through the Nith River. Start paddling just past the bridge in Canning and continue along until you reach Paris.

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PENMAN'S DAM (PARIS) TO BRANT PARK

Penmans-Dam-to-Brant-Park

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THE OXBOW

Oxbow

The Oxbow is a 3-hour paddle through the Grand River that loops back around. Enter Grand River water at Newport Bridge on Newport Road just after it goes under Brant County Road 18.

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BRANT CONSERVATION AREA TO COCKSHUTT BRIDGE

Brant Conservation to Cockshutt

Paddle down the Grand River under the bridge in downtown Brantford and through Tutela Heights along the bluffs.

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