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Take your next adventure on the Shoreline Trail! 

The Niagara River Greenway Staff and Commissioners work to fulfill the Niagara River Greenway Plan through review of proposed projects, stewardship programs, community events, collaboration with municipalities and organizational partners. Our goal is to create a world class trail and greenspace network within the Niagara River corridor that communities can be proud of and cherish for generations to come.

Next Commission Meeting
is scheduled

September 10, 2024

A New Trail Connection!​
Here's a sneak peak for you! The Wheatfield LaSalle trail is in construction and ahead of schedule – stay tuned for opening dates on this last major Shoreline Trail gap closing! This section of the Niagara Shoreline Trail will be shady, peaceful, and very safe for family riding! It will connect Gratwick Park to Griffon Park. We're so excited for its completion!
Are you interested in adopting a section of the Shoreline Trail? 

Adopt a Trail is a program that gives local clubs, organizations and businesses the opportunity to adopt a portion of the Shoreline Trail to help improve the trail for community use and enjoyment. Adopters act as ambassadors for the trail and hold cleanups and add trail amenities to benefit the community. 

Our Adopt-A-Trail groups had very successful clean ups and plantings this spring! They held 15 clean ups and 4 planting events, picking up over 3,800 lbs of trash and planting over 365 native plants! We're so thankful for all of their hard work in keeping our environment and communities clean.

Projects Funded by Niagara River Greenway Standing Committees

Each Point of Interest (POI) on this map, identifies a site that was awarded funding by one of the Greenway Standing Committees. Zoom in to see specific locations and click on the POI to see the proposal submitted to the Greenway Commission. 

View an additonal map of the Greenway's Ecological Standing Committee's Projects: 

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