Explore the Beaver River

The Beaver River is an incredibly significant natural area in the Lake Simcoe watershed​.

Meandering from the Oak Ridges Moraine, the river flows through Sunderland, Cannington and Beaverton. The river plays a major role in filtering pollution, storing and replenishing water, and regulating climate. It also provides a critical ecosystem for wildlife including blue herons, red-winged black birds, muskrats, beavers, brook trout, large-mouth bass and small-mouth bass.

The river provides great opportunities for fishing and bird watching.

Explore the Beaver River and its picturesque scenery by paddle or along the Beaver River Wetland Trail.