Winnipeg Trails Association
The Winnipeg Trails Association is a coalition of volunteer trail builders and trail users who are focused on accelerating trail development and connectivity in Winnipeg. Our association consists of over 40+ organizations and partners who are promoting the use and development of recreational and commuter trails for the benefit and enjoyment of all Manitobans and visitors to our province.
Individual trail builder groups consist of volunteers interested in developing trails and trail connectivity in their neighbourhoods. These volunteer organizations are ‘stewards’ or caretakers of Winnipeg trails and are able to leverage resources and support often not available to local governments. Trail groups are often holding tree plantings, clean ups, and celebration events on the trails.
If you are interested in helping to improve our trails in Winnipeg, contact one of our many trail groups listed below, the Winnipeg Trails Association coordinator or the City of Winnipeg Naturalists Branch.
Our partners and supporters area also passionate about trails and the many benefits trails offer. We are very appreciative of their support as they work with us to accelerate trail development and connectivity in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg Trail Steward Groups –
caretakers of our great trails:
- Assiniboine Watershed Network
- Bishop Grandin Greenway
- Bunn’s Creek
- FortWhyte Alive
- Friends of Bruce Park
- Friends of the Harte Trail
- Friends of St. John’s Park
- Friends of North Winnipeg Parkway
- Group’Action Saint-Norbert
- Henteleff Park Foundation
- Luxton Residents Association
- Normand Park Residents Association
- Northeast Pioneers Greenway
- Prairie Pathfinders
- Pollock Island Conservation Group
- Save our Seine
- Seven Oaks Neighbourhood Resource Network
- Transcona Trails