Champlain Park Trailheads

The Champlain Park Trailhead team consists of community volunteers, who take care maintaining the pathways and trails within the Champlain and Remic Woods throughout the year.

The team works in partnership with the National Capital Commission (NCC), Champlain Park Community Association (CPCA) – Enviro Committee and the SJAM Winter trail team.

During the winter months team works closely with the SJAM Trail Groomers, helping to maintain the winter trails, moving snow under the SJAM Parkway bridges, building up snow where required on the trails and making snow berms.

During the rest of the year, the team is out working on keeping the pathways and trails safe – removing unsafe obstacles, dead trees and branches, trimming branches, spreading wood chips, smoothing and grading paths.

Removing invasive species, cleaning up woodlands of garbage and other debris.

Reporting any woodland related problems directly to the NCC.

If you would be interested in volunteering and joining the Champlain Park Trailhead team, please don’t hesitate to contact Adrian Bradley, you would be more than welcome.

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