Trail work is a great way to get outside, meet people and contribute to your local community.
Join a trail build day or just help keep branches/leaves off the trail.
This is a quick video on what type of trail maintenance help we need. Rake, Snip branches. Leave the rocks/obstacles (even if they are hard). No new trail builds (come to the trail build days!)
The trails of Pretty River Park / 3 Stage are in need of regular maintenance. We think the best long-term solution is to ask our dedicated members and trail lovers of 3 Stage to adopt a manageable section of trails for their care and maintenance throughout the season. It doesn’t have to be one person, it can be a family or group of friends, as long as they keep their trail-section in great shape throughout the year. Pick a trail that is manageable for you so you don’t burn out (some are longer or have more foliage).
What Does Trail Adoption Mean?
What we want is nice, neat and clean trails without the hazards that can rip off derailleurs, poke your eye out or require re-routes. Trimming trees, filling in or draining puddles, clearing fallen logs. Adoption does not mean removing rocks or fundamentally change the character of a trail. Maintenance not building.
We will use Trailforks as our reference so please download that app if you don’t currently have it. We’ve created a list of all the trails from the Trailforks map.
Working with the "Kolapore Wilderness Trails Association" to assist with spring clean-up and maintenance days as they are aloud.
Some exciting new trail has been flagged and construction will begin soon, volunteers required as we are going to require some bushcraft bridge-building skills. A maintenance weekend is coming - please use the volunteer form to express your interest
Closed Currently pending spring drying
The Friends of 3stage, CORC and Ontario Parks are working hard to implement an "adopt a trail program for maintaining the trail network (Click here to adopt a section / learn more)
Thanks to the efforts of some CORC members that are making this possible. Trail Building in Pretty River Park is strictly prohibited and jeopardizes our mtb feature within the park. Please support us in the effort to preserve this gem.
Open but use your discretion if leaving tracks or it is raining - respect our trails
This is a young/new rider area Expansion continues as Landowners time permits. Some new features planned that involved some bushcraft woodworking if you are interested in volunteering your skills and time please Contact
Open for riding when dry (4/20/2021)
We have also worked hard to secure some additional access to some more amazing trail networks. Thanks to the amazing efforts of some local landowners, these systems are being cleared and maintained. More details to come
Its going to be an exciting year for our trails, but we need our memberships support.