A peaceful 30-minute walk along a woodchip surfaced trail through the woods of Williamsburg Cemetery.

On this page:

  1. Location
  2. Washrooms
  3. Amenities
  4. About the trail
  5. Trail etiquette


Located in the north west corner of Williamsburg Cemetery, the trail is accessed from Fisher Hallman Road. Trails link south into neighbour neighbourhoods.

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Publicly accessible washrooms are available at Williamsburg when the cemetery is open.


There are benches and resting points along the trail and lots of wildlife to be seen and heard.

About the trail

One of our city's best-kept secrets is Trillium Woods trail - a scenic, peaceful pathway that offers walkers, hikers and runners access to a nearby natural forest and immeasurable beauty.

Set within Williamsburg Cemetery, Trillium Woods trail winds through the woods and over a quaint, wooden footbridge - providing about a 30-minute route, paved in bark chips.

Your path is marked by a series of historic farm artifacts, each featuring a unique story. Arthur Hewitt generously donated these pieces.

Trillium Woods features nature at its finest - from its blanket of beautiful trilliums in the spring, to one of its most popular guests - a Pileated Woodpecker - in the fall. No matter when you visit, you'll be reminded our city is made up of stunning spaces.

Trail etiquette

  • please keep to the trail and follow any directions on signs
  • Williamsburg is an area for quiet reflection for many people; please respect others when you visit
  • keep the right side of the trail as you move along it
  • keep dogs on leash and remember to pick up after them
  • do not use motorized vehicles (cars, mopeds, ATVs, snowmobiles) on the trail, and respect residents that live along the trail by proceeding quietly – particularly in the early morning or evening