The following pages will help you explore all the wonders of Oxford County trails and parks, while you enjoy being active outdoors.
Regular physical activity reduces the risk for heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer, and many other chronic conditions.
So, feel better about yourself and get active in Oxford. No matter what you are looking to do, there is surely a trail that fits your fitness level or interest.
The Trails Master Plan sets out a framework for developing and maintaining the trail system in Oxford County over the next 20 years. The County will work with area municipalities, service groups, and the Oxford County Trails Council to help design and implement new trails in the system.
Notice of Completion: Trails Master Plan
View full report: Trails Master Plan
Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Direction of the Master Plan
Chapter 2 - Trails in Oxford County
Chapter 3 - Developing and designing the trails network
Chapter 4 - Facilitating and coordinating implementing
Appendix A - A summary of background policies and plans
Appendix B - Summary of consultation activities
Appendix C - Trail designer's toolbox
Appendix D - Land acquisition strategies
Appendix E - On and off-road maintenance
Appendix F - Unit price schedule
Appendix G - Performance measures
Map 3.1 Existing conditions county-wide
Map 3.2 Route network concept county-wide
Map 3.3 Urban enlargement areas route network concept
Map 3.4 Oxford County
Map 3.5 City of Woodstock facility types
Map 3.6 Town of Tillsonburg facility types
Map 3.7 Township of Blanford-Blenheim facility types
Map 3.8 Town of Ingersoll facility types
Map 3.9 Township of Zorra facility types
Map 3.10 Township of South-West Oxford facility types
Map 3.11 Township of East Zorra-Tavistock facility types
Map 3.12 Township of Norwich facility types
Map 3.13 Oxford County Priority Projects
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