Logan River trail

Picture of River Trail sign in Riverdal Park

The Logan River flows from the mountains to the bay. It is rich in history and natural beauty.

The Logan River Trail is a water-based trail which provides information signs along the river to help you find your way and discover the river’s features. Whether by boat, canoe or kayak, there is truly something for everyone to discover.

Riverside parks are a great place for a picnic, a family barbecue, a walk or a play with your dog while you’re exploring the Logan River Trail.

Each park has facilities ready for you to enjoy.

Please download the Logan River Trail Map (PDF 3.02 MB). This map shows the number of kilometres between the parks when travelling along the river by boat, canoe or kayak. You can also visit each of our featured riverside parks and the Logan River Trail signs by road.

Parks featured on the trail include:

  • Samuel and Agnes Smith Park
  • Larry Storey Park
  • Federation Drive Reserve
  • Riverdale Park
  • Tansey Park
  • Alexander Clark Park
  • Logan River Parklands
  • Skinners Park
  • Riedel Park.