Use the links below to learn more about how to get around North Frontenac. 

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North Frontenac and surrounding townships offer a wide variety of road cycling experiences and a number of excellent region and cross-regional trail system and routes. For more routes visit Ontario by Bike!


Regional Road Routes
Buckshot Lake Route – Considered the most challenging route in Lennox & Addington, at 102 km this metric century travels through t the Canadian Shield and Bon Echo Provincial Park. Cyclists will enjoy riding past wetlands, lakes, and Ontario's wilderness.
Regional Mountain Bike Routes
Shabomeka Lake Legpower Pathfinders Network (North Frontenac) - Located in North Frontenac, there are approximately 30 km of mountain bike trails between Little Shabomeka Lake and Mississagagon Lake.
Cross Regional Trail Routes
The Great Trail (Trans Canada Trail(TCT))  – Over 150 km of this cross-Canada route runs through Hastings, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington counties, with an additional 16 km proposed as part of the Frontenac K&P Trail. The TCT is a four-season, multi-use trail system with various surface types and users. This signed route is primarily off-road and on gravel trails in the region and presents multiple route options for day or multi-day cycling trips. Use the website's “Explore The Trail” feature to find access points.
Community Carpooling Program
Operated by Rural Frontenac Community Services, Community Carpooling is a program for rural residents who don't drive, or who don’t have access to a car or who want to leave a smaller carbon footprint on our environment. It will also help residents feel less isolated in their rural communities. Ride sharing involves people sharing a ride in private automobiles where both the driver and passenger(s) have a similar origin, destination and/or route.

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Senior and Medical Transportation
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