JOSHUA'S CREEK TRAIL
Located in Oakville, Ontario, Joshua's Creek Trail is divided into two sections: North and South. Following along the Joshua's Creek watershed which feeds into Lake Ontario, the North Section of the trail begins just west of Ninth Line extending down to the Crosstown Trail in Bronte Creek Provincial Park and into Burlington. The South Section follows Joshua's Creek from Arkendo Park up to Brookmill Road.
This family-friendly trail provides many beautiful changes in scenery including mature forest canopies and a ravine. Joshua's Creek Information Station, located where Joshua's Creek crosses Lakeshore Road, provides displays of the natural history of the area from the time it was first settled.
Use the map below to navigate the various parking areas for Joshua's Creek Trail. Please note that parking availability is subject to change without notice.
The terrain is geared for people of all skill levels and is relatively kid-friendly.
This trail can be completed as a loop.
The Joshua's Creek Trail connects with the larger trail system in Joshua Valley's Park.
Joshua's Creek Trail is maintained by the Town of Oakville.
The mature tree canopy of the forest provides quite a bit of shade.
There is an info kiosk at the South East Sports Field.
Browse through photos of Joshua's Creek Trail taken by fellow Halton Hikers members.