Celebrate Canada Day, Tuesday, July 1st, taking part in the Hub Trail Festival. This is a free, family event that encourages everyone to Walk, Ride, or Roll your way along the Hub Trail from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Discover the Hub Trail and reap the benefits – make it work for you. Everyone is welcome from hikers and cyclers to skaters and wheelers.
Start at any one of the six passport stations: Algoma Public Health at Finn Hill near the parking lot; Velorution; Sault Naturalists at Fort Creek Conservation Area; the Marconi Club; the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre; or the George Leach Centre at Algoma University. At each station you will receive a stamp on your passport for the section of trail you’ve completed. You can go to one station or visit them all. Return your completed passport to the Roberta Bondar Pavilion to enter into a prize draw at 3 p.m. (You must be present at the draw to win).
NEW to the event this year, keep your eyes open for “Community Partners” located along the Hub Trail with fun activities, great give-a-ways and more.
Parks Canada (Give-a-ways) – Bay Street West
Mill Market and Entomica – Bay Street West
Searchmont Resort (Activity Station) – Third Line East and Great Northern Road
Prouse Chevrolet (Hydration Station) – Third Line East
The Hub Trail Festival is delighted to welcome back the Children’s “Jumpstart” Bicycle Rodeo. This activity station is located in the Roberta Bondar parking lot from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Children ages 2 to 12 can participate in a Bicycle Rodeo by demonstrating their riding skills in an obstacle course to test balance and proficiency and a chance to win one of six bikes.
Please remember this is a Garbage Free event.
* Assistive mobility devices are welcome, recreational scooters and electric bikes are prohibited.