Where History has a Home

Connect with nature and explore the past on the Niagara Escarpment, in the valley of the West Credit River.

Overlook a beautiful waterfall from the suspension bridge. Meet an escarpment trail where freshwater springs flow down limestone cliffs. Visit historical features in the park including the “belle” fountain, terrace and Yellowstone Cave.



Trail Name Length Difficulty Stroller Friendly

This side trail of the Bruce Trail is named in memory of Roy and Eleanor Trimble, lifelong residents and historians of Belfountain. The trail runs along the steep slopes of the West Credit River Valley to the Forks of the Credit. This is not a loop trail.

Available Activities

0.6 km N/A No

This rugged trail takes you up the steep river valley and through Niagara Escarpment outcrops. The trail intersects with the Trimble Trail, a side trail of the Bruce Trail. Turn left and continue up the escarpment slope on a wide, rugged path back to the ‘belle’ fountain.

Available Activities

0.6 km N/A No

The narrow trail takes you along the top of Belfountain Pond with views of the ‘belle’ fountain. It takes you back to the path leading to the parking lot on your left. Continue to the right and cross the river to return to the fountain.

Available Activities

0.5 km N/A No

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