Get Involved

Did you know?

Volunteers play a leading role in planning, building and maintaining Waterford Heritage Trails and Shadow Lake recreational area. Get involved to continue the great work happening in our community by:

  • Making a donation
  • Becoming a trail member
  • Assisting with trail maintenance and clean-up
  • Joining a committee

Contact us today for details by email at waterfordheritagetrail@yahoo.ca or visit us on Facebook.

Thank you!

  • To all our volunteers
  • Trail Supporters who purchase annual memberships
  • Trail Supporters who Purchase benches
  • Donors
  • Financial and in-kind supporters – see full list below
  • Norfolk County recreation staff who have been diligently maintaining the grass cutting and garbage management even as the site has been expanding

Financial and in-kind supporters

  • Anders Contracting and Consulting
  • Chuck’s Welding
  • Coldwell Banker Action Realty
  • Deb Canada
  • Dufferin Construction
  • Embrace salon
  • Foodland
  • G Douglas Vallee Engineering
  • Hagen Construction
  • Hal-Nor Equipment
  • Kerry’S Eatery
  • Lafarge Canada
  • Marion Anderson
  • Mike Hogg
  • Mike Yeo
  • Neal Brennan
  • Norfolk Community Foundation
  • Norfolk County
  • Norfolk Disposal
  • Norfolk District Business Development Corporation
  • Partner Automotive
  • Peter Hexamer In-memorium
  • Rainey Ginseng Farms Inc
  • Rainey Media
  • RBC Dominion Security
  • Re-Max Brian Holden
  • Riddoch Lumber
  • Ritsy Cakes
  • Robert H Laning & Sons
  • Robert Simon Construction
  • Robert Judd Design
  • Rotary Club of Norfolk Sunrise
  • Ryan Elliot PEng
  • TD Bank
  • Thompson Mott Funeral Home
  • Townsend Farmers Mutual Insurance
  • Tri-County Insurance Waterford
  • Waterford and Townsend Historical Society
  • Waterford Auto Centre
  • Waterford Chamber of Commerce
  • Waterford Community Foundation
  • Waterford Legion Branch #123
  • Waterford Legion Ladies Auxillary
  • Waterford Lioness
  • Waterford Lions
  • Waterford Masons

Check out photos from the 2018 annual trail cleanup.