Architectural splendor dating back to the 1800s, campgrounds, nature trails, park attractions, festivals and a top-rated marina. The highlight of Cobourg’s waterfront is a spectacular Victoria Beach, an expanse of natural white sand, part of 9 hectares of beautiful parkland. The park has more than a century old trees, a children’s play area and a band shell with weekly band concerts. The trail is a very short walk away from Cobourg’s heritage main street with its many fabulous restaurants and shops.
- Asphalt, usually on residential roads, some off-road sections
- Highway 2 has paved shoulders
- A new section of cycling/walking boardwalk runs from the foot of Hibernia St in the east to Ontario St. in the west. There is a short break of 45 m in the boardwalk on land belonging to a private landowner. However, Trail users can get around this gap by taking Bagot to Sydenham to Durham
- Cyclists must dismount when on the Victoria Park boardwalk.