- (905) 372-3329
Questions & Answers
Q What is the phone number for Beagle Club Trailhead, Northumberland County Forest?
A The phone number for Beagle Club Trailhead, Northumberland County Forest is: (905) 372-3329.
Q Where is Beagle Club Trailhead, Northumberland County Forest located?
A Beagle Club Trailhead, Northumberland County Forest is located at Beagle Club Rd, Harwood, ON K0K 2H0
Q What is the internet address for Beagle Club Trailhead, Northumberland County Forest?
A The website (URL) for Beagle Club Trailhead, Northumberland County Forest is: http://www.northumberlandcounty.ca/foresttrails
Q What days are Beagle Club Trailhead, Northumberland County Forest open?
A Beagle Club Trailhead, Northumberland County Forest is open:
Friday: 6:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Saturday: 6:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Sunday: 6:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Monday: 6:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Tuesday: 6:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Wednesday: 6:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Thursday: 6:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Q How is Beagle Club Trailhead, Northumberland County Forest rated?
A Beagle Club Trailhead, Northumberland County Forest has a 4.8 Star Rating from 156 reviewers.
Ratings and Reviews
Beagle Club Trailhead, Northumberland County Forest
Overall Rating( 156 Reviews )
Bruce Bellaire on Google
5 stars for hiking, just 3 to 4 for cross country skiing. Lots of variety in the trails. They are reserved for skiing between December and March. The skiing can be good but the trails are not groomed and not all users respect the winter restrictions. This year the trails will be closed during the week for logging. 2023 UPDATE - the trails are in great condition for skiing as of Jan. 26. The county has worked hard over the last 3 years to keep hikers and dog walkers off these trails in the winter. As a result, the tracks are staying in good condition much longer after each snowfall.
Marissa Baumeister on Google
Love the cross country ski trails!
Katerina Kryst on Google
They have made so many improvements to the signage and maps over the last 5 years. A really well maintained trail system for year round enjoyment. They now even have a stroller friendly trail.
Joseph Peddar on Google
Benjamin More on Google
As someone who grew up in the area I have enjoyed many years of hiking local trails, these being among the most gorgeous, and have many wonderful memories of coming here with friends and being close to nature. I must say, however, that I was disappointed at the unjustifiable maintenance of the skiers-only policy for the entire trail system here during the Ontario stay-at-home order and state of emergency that began in January 2021. True, there were a couple other trails in the area open to hikers at the time which friends and I made use of. These were shared with all manner of other users (including skiers, I might add) and were typically crowded for this reason, as well as the fact that this vast trail complex with its multiple routes was all blocked off for the exclusive access of a minority of those wanting to enjoy it. I could certainly have understood making particular routes skiers-only, but not the entire trail system; it's simply too big and could definitely have accommodated others in a demarcation scheme of the kind in effect at the Ganaraska forest during the same period. In the context of an unprecedented lockdown when getting fresh air and enjoying nature with a walk was one of the very few affordable activities people could engage in for their well-being, this policy made zero sense and unfairly privileged a fraction of people over a disproportionately large area, though I know some passionately supported such entitlement to the point of rude and confrontational behaviour (I suppose one couldn't deny the attraction of having this beautiful place to yourself apart from the crowds and worries of Covid-19). In the future, under similar circumstances, I would hope for a more sensible policy.