Whitestone Lake Recreational Trail



The Whitestone Lake Recreational Trail makes a 2.9 km loop through a diverse mixed forest with towering hemlock and vibrant oak trees. Wear sturdy footwear for the steep climb to a lookout and trail sections where the surface may be loose.  Allow 2-3 hours to complete the loop.

The forest is a shared resource available for a variety of wildlife, including bears, deer and beavers. Hikers and snowshoers may be joined by ATV enthusiasts and hunters. Sections of the trail with ATV traffic may be muddy in the spring.

Caution is required and bright clothing is recommended during the open hunting season on the Whitestone Lake Recreational Trail from October to December each year.

Please respect private property.

Location Access off North Meadowcove Road
Ownership Crown Land
Management Municipality of Whitestone
Length 2.9 km
Activities Cross-Country Skiing, Hiking, Snowshoeing
Amenities Backcountry
Difficulty Easy to Moderate, Steep Sections
Surface Bark Sections, Natural, Wood Chips

Rules for Use

The trail lies on Crown Property, regulated by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.


Off to Highway 124 (that runs east and west between Parry Sound and Sundridge) take Highway 520 North towards Ardbeg. Turn left onto Whitestone Lake Road which is the third road on the left off of Highway 520. Follow the road straight to North Meadowcove Road. The parking area and trailhead sign are on the north side of the road. The trail access is approximately 800m from the parking lot.

For More Information

Hunters may be present along the trail.

For more information, please contact:
21 Church Street, Dunchurch, ON P0A 1G0
Phone: 705-389-2466
Email: info@whitestone.ca

The vast network of trails we celebrate exist on the traditional lands and waterways of the Anishinaabe people within the territory protected by the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850 and Williams Treaties of 1923.