This scenic trail begins at Robertson Park. You can leave your car here all day at no charge. The first 6 kms (4 miles) is actually “The Midland Trail” but it seamlessly connects into the “Tay Trail System” for a total length of 22 kms (13 miles) one way. The entire trail is paved and follows mostly along the waterfront. You’ll pass over and under bridges, through marsh areas and farmland. Since it follows a railway path, the trail has little to no incline making it great for the casual rider. This trail is very lightly used especially during the week. When you pass the Midland portion of the trail, you will lose most of the other bikers and walkers. Not many to really worry about. A variety of birds can be spotted along this route due to the diverse terrain. Since there are no roots, rocks or sand, I’d have to rate this as a #1 for the hardcore mountain biker. Yet you can still get a good ride out of this trail as just a general workout and another trail away from the traffic. Enjoy!
P.S. There is only one washroom facility on this trail approximately 4 miles from Waubashene.