Step into the Past

Connect with history and explore the Bruce Trail. Enjoy the natural wonders of the Niagara Escarpment.

Discover the geological heart of the area known as the “Hole in the Wall” where a ladder leads to cracks in the escarpment rock. Experience the past as you walk by remnants of the lime industry. Stand before huge lime kilns and the old powderhouse. 

COVID-19 Visitor Guidelines

  • Practice physical distancing by staying two metres (six feet) apart.
  • Consider wearing a mask when entering buildings to help keep everyone safe.
  • Keep your dog on leash and at least two metres (six feet) away from other dogs and people.
  • Respect the instructions provided by our dedicated staff.
  • Consider bringing your own hand sanitizer as there are limited hand-washing facilities available.
  • Respect all signage, facility closures and no parking areas. Illegal parking subject to fines and towing.
  • Read all park rules.
  • Check park advisories before leaving home for the latest updates at each park.
  • For parks that require admission fees, use online payment for contactless entry. Debit and credit card purchases are available with tap. Use cash only when you don’t have another option.
  • Visitor and parking capacity limits are in effect to ensure physical distancing. Be prepared to turn back if a property is full.
  • Limit your stay. Leave time for others to visit while reducing the number of people onsite at one time.
  • Be patient and prepare for extended wait times while we process you safely.



Trail Name Length Difficulty Stroller Friendly

This trail follows the original route of the Toronto Suburban ‘Radial’ Railroad, which ran between Toronto and Guelph. The trail’s natural duff surface and gently rolling slopes overlook a forested landscape. Trail surface is soil and aggregate. No rest areas on this trail.

Available Activities

0.8 km

The main Bruce Trail runs through Limehouse and leads past several rock fissures before dropping through the “Hole-in-the Wall”. Navigate a ladder structure to explore it. The trail continues to the old Toronto Suburban Radial Railway before crossing Black Creek on a bridge near the remains of an old mill. Before leaving the park, the trail takes you past a restored draw kiln (circa 1870s), a restored powder house and a lookout overlooking railway tracks. Trail surface is stone, soil and steps/ ladder. No rest areas on this trail.

Available Activities

2 km

This trail follows the cool, clear waters of Black Creek and meanders through different types of forests found along the escarpment. Trail surface is soil and gravel. No rest areas on this trail.

Available Activities

1.5 km

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