Agreement Forest is located just off of Guelph Line past the 401 highway in Milton, Ontario. Agreement Forest is comprised of six forest tracts: Currie, Mahon, Turner, Robertson, Britton, and Cox tracts. Within each tract are several different trails, many of which connect to the Hilton Falls Conservation Area.
Many of the trails located in Agreement Forest are single-track dirt trails that are maintained by the Halton Agreement Forest Trail Association (HAFTA) and are quite popular with mountain bikers.
You'll find several different types of ecosystems within Agreement Forest, from conifer and deciduous woods to wetlands and meadows. This ecological diversity also makes the forest prime real estate for a variety of species, some of which are considered rare or endangered, like the Jefferson Salamandar, Butternut tree, and Green Violet.
Use the map below to navigate the various parking areas for Agreement Forest. Please note that parking on the street in some areas is prohibited and might lead to a parking ticket.
Mostly flat terrain with some hillier parts and are kid-friendly.
There are two trail types: single- and double-track.
The double-track trails are relatively stroller- and wagon-friendly but would avoid single-track trails.
Browse through photos of the Agreement Forest trails taken by fellow Halton Hikers members.