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Millenium Trail

The Millennium Trail is relatively new to Niagara Falls. This paved path is located along the west side of the Ontario Power Canal between Lundy's Lane and McLeod Road. It represents the first of four phases. The trail provides individuals and families of all ages and skills, with the opportunity to enjoy their leisure time through walking in a natural setting. There is plenty of wildlife and birds to catch your eye as you are experiencing the trail. There are benches along the path with a picnic pavilion at the entry point near McLeod Road. There is also a memorial grove located along the trail where people have sponsored a tree in memory or in honour of someone. Whether you cycle, walk, run, jog, or roller blade this path offers you a safe off-road area for recreation.


Memorial Grove, Power Canal

Recreational Uses

Walking, Jogging, Cycling

Ownership & Management

City of Niagara Falls


Parking lot at McLeod Road and Oakwood Drive, recognition signage and picnic shelter.


Niagara Falls, Ontario


(905) 356 7521


Rob McDonald, Liaison for Trails and Bikes
City of Niagara Falls, Parks and Recreation Department
4310 Queen Street
Niagara Falls, Ontario
L2E 6X5
Tel (905) 356 7521

Trail length 

2 km

Surface features 


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