The Lakewood Ski Trail winds through beautiful, wooded settings with rolling hills. The 22 kilometer main trail, known as the blue trail is continuous between McCaslin Brook Country Club and County F. Several secondary loops connect to the blue trail. The blue trail is maintained for both traditional cross-country skiing and ski skating. Trails are groomed in accordance with snow conditions. In the summer season, mountain bikes are welcome, but are not allowed on the golf course part of the trail.
Take County Highway F east from Lakewood. Trail access points are at McCaslin Brook Country Club, Old Highway 32 (FR 2106), Smyth Road (FR 2101), Sullivan Springs Road (FR 2330), and County Highway F at Riverside Road.
Trail Length (miles)
Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing Trail Type
- Ski Skating
Articles: Lakewood Trail
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