The Millennium Recreational Trail – Rotary Storywalk Pathway (Section 5) is now open for public use!
The City of Niagara Falls is excited to offer residents an additional 1.2 km of trail space, with the opening of Section 5 of the Millennium Recreational Trail. This new section provides users the ability to travel between Dorchester Road and Drummond Road, connecting to other sections of the Millennium Recreational Trail.
All sections of the Millennium Recreational Trail are paved with asphalt and are fully accessible. Amenities at this trail include benches and waste containers and a connection to Carolyn Park.
Coming Spring 2021: Storywalk Boards and Grand Opening Event
In the Spring of 2021, fourteen Storywalk boards will be installed through Section 5 of the Millennium Recreational Trail, providing users with a unique interactive experience. Trail users will be able to read portions of children’s books written by famous Canadian authors. The Storywalk boards are sponsored by both Niagara Falls Rotary Clubs and will be operated by the Niagara Falls Public Library. A Grand Opening event to officially open the trail section will be in 2021.
To access Section 5 directly, users can enter at Carolyn Park (6528 Carolyn Avenue) - this will bring users to the middle point of Section 5. For users driving to this point, parking is available along Pettit Avenue.
A Millennium Recreational Trail – Paisley Janvary-Pool Pathway parking lot is also available off of Morrison Street. From this parking lot, the user will have to walk west on Morrison and then cross the street and head south on Drummond Road to access the new section of the trail.