The Terry Fox Trail in the city of St. Catharines is a neighbourhood trail built using the path of an abandoned CN rail line. The path has six distinct exercise stations dispersed along the way. Near the south end of the path users will pass the St. Catharines Collegiate, one of St. Catharines' oldest high schools, which also has a running track onsite. The southern end of the path leaves users in downtown St. Catharines and in close distance to many amenities and other trail links such as the Twelve Trail, Participark Trail and the Merrit Trail. Parking may be available in the neighbourhood surrounding the trail, but visitors should always use discretion.
The trail is located in central St. Catharines. From Dunlop Drive it curves south-easterly to Geneva Street.
Follows a portion of abandoned Canadian National Railway line
Catherine Street Park
Six interspersed exercise stations with posted instructions exist. A running track, located at St. Catharines Collegiate Secondary School, is accessible from Woodland Avenue. Downtown St. Catharines, Russell Avenue Community Centre Park, two schools