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Many people in Cobourg as well as visiting tourists want to walk around Cobourg – especially the beach and harbourfront areas (but also Historical tours - go to bottom of this page).  If you live here, you may know the good routes but then, maybe not. A map and brochure have been created which show suggested routes plus these are marked with signs. Below is a list of the routes with their length, the map, plus a link to download the brochure.

The signs are at:

Public Washrooms

The four routes listed are;

Parking is indicated at Peace Park, the Waterfront (Esplanade), on street at the bottom of Church Street and at Donegan Park.

If all this exercise brings on a heart problem(!), three locations of Automated External Defibrillators (AED) are indicated (Library, Vic Hall and what looks like the YMCA Pool office).

Cobourg Walking Tours

Download Brochure

If you want the exercise but don't want to brave the weather, you can walk around the Mall or use the indoor walking track at the Community Centre  The track is behind the seating at one of the Arenas.

Historical Tours

Poppy Trail Walking Tours - Cobourg's connection to World War 1.

Choose from 2 Self-Guided Walking Tours – or do both!

ARMOURIES, ARMOUR AND VIMY OAK LOOP Approx. 30 minutes See the town’s 1904 Armoury, the 1902 collegiate, and ‘Lakehurst’ the elegant home of WW1 surgeon, Dr. Donald Armour, as well as Cobourg’s Vimy Oak. With an optional loop to visit the Marie Dressler House, birthplace of the famous actress.

VICTORIA HALL TO VICTORIA COLLEGE LOOP Approx. 40 minutes View some of Cobourg’s finest Victorian houses, homes to families who sent their sons to war. Then see the neoclassical building that housed the first Victoria College and became a hospital for shell-shocked soldiers in WW1. An optional loop highlights some other historic homes.

Download Booklet with details
Prints on 8.5 x 11 paper. Then you can fold the pages to form a booklet sized at 5.5" x 8.5".

Guided tours were provided up to November 10, 2018 and there were printed booklets available at that time in Victoria Hall. They may still be available....