Ontario By Bike

Ontario By Bike

Downtown Carleton Place Business Improvement Area is proud to be a certified member of the Ontario by Bike Network. There are many beautiful biking trails in our town and in the surrounding municipalities. For more cycling information, resources, and access to maps, visit www.ontariobybike.ca

The Carleton Place Welcome Centre & Roy Brown Museum is our official Bike Welcome Centre. Located at the historic Moore House (the log cabin) at 170 Bridge Street. Here you will find public washrooms, tourism information, emergency bike kit, first ais kit, and access to our municipal docks, perfect for a mid bike swim or just to put your feet in the water.

They are open Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m

Saturday-Sunday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For additional information, please visit the Town of Carleton Place Website.

Additional bike stops in Downtown Carleton Place are Town Hall Square, Market Square, especially on Farmer’s Market Saturdays, May to October, 7:00 am -12:00 pm and Carleton Junction, where you will also find the community’s cherished pump track, an additional bike repair kit, and more public washrooms. Carleton Junction was home to the old Carleton Place train yard. In fact, if you look to the left of the pump track you can see the historic roundhouse. You will also see The Canadian Co-operative Wool Growers, CCWG Livestock Store which houses the Canadian Pacific Rail Museum, and The Real Wool Shop. The Canadian Wool Growers Co-operative grades approximately 3 million pounds of raw wool each year. The majority of the wool comes from Quebec, Ontario, and Alberta. Click here to visit their collective website.