outdoors at Seneca's King Campus:
Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing & Hiking
The Oak Ridge’s Moraine Trail
(ORMT) traverses across the Seneca King Campus Property, connecting Keele
Street (to the west) and Dufferin Street (to the east). There are 14
km of trails for you to enjoy ranging from beginner to intermediate – note that
trails are not always groomed. Visitors can hike, run, cross country ski
or snowshoe any day of the week. There is no cost to the public to use
the trails. Parking charges will apply to vehicles parked on the grounds
of Seneca's King Campus – parking is only permitted in designated parking
lots. ORMT Maps are available for purchase from the Oak Ridge’s Trail
Association (ORTA) website at www.oakridgestrail.org.
Skating on or Swimming in Lake Seneca is strictly prohibited. ATV's,
snowmobiles, etc., are not permitted on the property at any time. Fishing
is not permitted at any time. Dog walking is welcome but animals must
remain on a leash at all times - please be kind to fellow trail users and take
all animal waste with you or dispose in a garbage receptacle. There
are no public washrooms or water stations available on the trails.
Use is entirely self-guided at the risk of the user. In case of an
emergency, trail users should call 911. The trails are not patrolled by
staff at any time. For any questions about the Oak Ridge’s Moraine
Trail please call the Oak Ridge’s Trail Association at 1-877-319-0285.