Oshawa, ON

Oshawa Creek Bike Path

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The Joseph Kolodzie Oshawa Creek Bike Path is the other signature run in Oshawa. The paved multi-use trail runs along the Oshawa Creek for 6.3 km between Lakeview Park and the Oshawa Valley Botanical Gardens, passing through several parks. The trail is mainly wooded, with some open areas and views of the creek. The Botanical Gardens are known for a seasonal display of peonies, with waterfalls & walking paths.

Starting at Lakeview Park Ave. and headed north, distances:

1.5 km    Trailhead parking in the Oshawa Valleylands Conservation Area

3 km       Cordova Park

3.6 km.  Storie Park, Cross Highway 401

5 km       Rotary Park (fields, a nice bridge over the creek, some additional paths)

5.5 km:  Oshawa City Hall

6 km:     Botanical Gardens (some additional paths)

Add-Ons: Connect to Waterfront Path at south end of Oshawa Creek Bike Path @ Lakeview Park Ave.

 

Essentials
  • Up to 6.3 km (3.9 miles) one-way
  • 36m (119 feet) one-way, headed north
  • South End: Lakeview Park Ave; North End: Oshawa Valley Botanical Gardens. Additional access points
  • Numerous parks and access points

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Essentials
  • Up to 6.3 km (3.9 miles) one-way
  • 36m (119 feet) one-way, headed north
  • South End: Lakeview Park Ave; North End: Oshawa Valley Botanical Gardens. Additional access points
  • Numerous parks and access points