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Royal LePage Triland Realty, Brokerage
#103 - 240 Waterloo Street
London, ON N6B 2N4


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Westminister Ponds

Meadowlily Trail

This trail is very popular for naturalists, bird watchers and walkers. This trail is located in Northeast London and has a network of paths that follow the Thames River or Meander Creek. Kilally Meadows offers parking, portable drinking water, picnic areas, washrooms, rest areas, lighting and benches. Bicycles are allowed only on asphalt or crushed gravel pathways. There is partial wheelchair access and dogs are permitted on leash only.

This trail is located west of Hyde Park Road and south of Oxford Street in London. Here you will find an acidic bog where only a limited plants grow. The plants found here are normally found in Northern climates. It is the most southerly large acidic bog in Canada. It is a Class 2 provincially significant wetland. Dogs are permitted on leash only and there is parking available.

This trail is great for bird watchers! It is located in West London between Commissioners Rd. and Byron Baseline Rd. It is 3.4 kms and is used for walking, running and hiking. Dogs are allowed on leash only. Deer have been spotted on this trail as well. Looking for a bit of a workout? This tail offers hills that can add to your workout routine. Parking is available.

Sifton Bog Dock Trail​​

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Kilally Meadows

There are many great trails for you to discover in London, Ontario.
Below are just a few of what London has to offer so do check out these great websites for additional trails and information: or

This is a loop trail that is 3.1kms of beautiful nature along the Thames River. It is used for hiking, walking, running and nature trips. Dogs are allowed but must be kept on leash. This trail is easy to follow and offers moderate hills in a few areas. There is plenty of shade along this trail. Some areas are paved others are not.

Warbler Woods 

This 17.1 km trail is paved and takes people through natural and artificial environments such as parks, residential areas and downtown London. This trail offers parking and picnic areas. Dogs are welcome on leash only. Enjoy cycling, rollerblading, jogging and walking along this extensive path.

This is one of London's largest natural areas. 300 hectares with 6 major ponds and a numerous other smaller ones throughout. It is a mix of marsh, swamp and bog and is a Class 1 provincially significant wetland. There is partial wheelchair access and dogs are allowed on leash only. Parking is available along with picnic and rest areas.

Thames River Walking Loop

Trails in London, Ontario