FOURTEEN MILE CREEK
Fourteen Mile Creek trail leads hikers through Oakville, Ontario's Fourteen Mile Creek Lands, and Langtry Park. The trail itself, which extends northwest from Third Line to Upper Middle Road, is considered more challenging due to the more rugged and natural conditions. The valleys and woodlots surrounding Fourteen Mile Creek provide important stormwater management for the surrounding neighbourhoods.
The main trail is about 10 kilometers in length and connects to various side trails, some of which are more maintained than others. This hike is a particular favourite of locals in the Fall months as the rich array of deciduous trees creates a forest canopy exploding with colour.
Parking or access to Fourteen Mile Creek can be found on the map below:
Fourteen Mile Creek Lands are classified as an Environmentally Sensitive Area (ESA) and are therefore left in as natural a state as possible.
The trail might be difficult for younger children and is not recommended for strollers.
This trail connects to a larger system with many different points of access.
Connects to Langtry Park (parking is available).
No restrooms on-site.
Browse through photos of Fourteen Mile Creek taken by fellow Halton Hikers members.