Hi, are there any trails that could be considered to be wheelchair accessible?
No. There are a few campsites and the Visitor Centre, but these trails are not designed for wheelchair use. If you happen to be in the Thunder Bay area, Cascades Conservation Area has a paved trail specifically made for wheelchairs. I believe it's about 2.5 km long.
I remember one very wide and relatively smooth & flat gravel trail that I used from a parking lot headed toward the sea lion trail. I only went as far as the turn off to the sea lion trail, though. If unpaved is ok, then this might be a possibility for wheelchairs. Definitely call the park office, though to find out about other trail options. Also, there is a spectacular overlook that is wheelchair accessible on the west side of the peninsula, but the road to drive there is rough (we didn't need 4-wheel drive, but wouldn't recommend a really low-clearance car).
Not that I know of at Sleeping Giant but the Lakehead Conservation Authority has a wheelchair accessible trail at the Cascades Conservation area ( though its snow covered presently) and will be building such at trail at the Mission Island Conservation area this summer. Hope that helps.
There's the little one along the road - plantain trail - 1 km. Notice she has tracks on chair but rocks and grade of hills still might not make other trails accessible.
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