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Haulage Road Trail (NFLS)

Haulage Road Trail, an abandoned roadway, is one of the older trails in Niagara Falls. Its original purpose was used for hauling rock that was excavated from the Niagara Power Canal. It has two main entrance points; one at St. Paul Avenue and the other at Mountain Road. The trail travels on to Fireman's Park which is a large naturalized park owned by the Stamford Centre Volunteer Firemen's Association. The Bruce Trail passes through the northerly section of Firemen's Park and provides an opportunity for the more avid hikers. This trail provides the perfect opportunity for visitors to go for a short hike and enjoy the beautiful scenery and natural surroundings of Fireman's Park.

Historical

Abandoned roadway

Ecological

Solar Neighbourhood Park , Fireman's Park

Recreational

Solar Neighbourhood Park , Fireman's Park

Recreational Uses

Walking, Jogging, Cycling

Further Information

The Regional Municipality of Niagara: http://www.regional.niagara.on.ca/living/health_wellness/physicalactivity/trails.aspx A Step in the Right Direction:� A Guide to Walking Routes in NFLS: http://www.niagarafalls.ca/city_hall/departments/parks_recreation_and_culture/trails/pdf/walking_guide.pdf

Ownership & Management

Niagara Falls

Facilities

Solar Neighbourhood Park, Fireman's Park

Address

Niagara Falls, Ontario

Administration

City of Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls, Ontario

Trail length 

1.5 - 2.0 km

Walking time 

20-30 minutes

Surface features 

Asphalt

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