Pakkotinna Trail System

Located in: Deacon~ Golden Valley ~ Round Lake


The perfect place for:

A fun and dynamic central trail system that offers everything from easy to our most difficult trails.  The Pakkotinna Trails are a mix of bush trail and abandoned railbed with lakes, hills and lookouts to enjoy.  It’s history is the Old Bonnechere to Pembroke Road.

The Pakkotinna Trail System is home to the annual B101 or Bust! 3-day event usually held in the second week of June. 

The best thing about this trail:

  • The roads around the Pakkotinna are all ATV friendly making it a great place to stay and ride to the trail. 
  • Forested trails, lake views, and two great lookouts make this trail a favourite
  • It offers routes and loops for the beginning to the most experienced riders
  • The roads around the Pakkotinna are all ATV friendly making it a great place to stay and ride to the trail. 

What is this trail like?


Trail Facts

Trail Length: 104 km
• Opposite Sands on Golden lake resort on highway 60
• Warm-up shack 7935 Round Lake Rd 

Trail Conditions

all 4 green, blue, red, black . (Click Here to View the Technicality Rating Chart)
Trail Conditions:
• While the interior trails are crown land, access points to the Pakkotinna trail are mostly via private property and therefore require a trail pass. 
• Combination of forested trails and old railbed
• the green and blue trails are SXS Friendly the red trails should be for experienced ATV/SXS riders and black not recommended for SXS due to water and significant boulders
• Note: 
trails skirt bodies of water which are impacted by beaver activity and could cause fluctuations in water levels. 


• There is no fuel on trail, fill up in Golden Lake / Pikwakanagan and Killaloe / Barrys Bay.

• available on the 101 at highway 60
• sands on golden lake
• golden lake Chinese restaurant 
• Available in Pikwakanagan / Golden Lake on the 108: Kokomish Cafe and the Cottage Cup



• sands on Golden Lake
• Deacon Escarpment Camping, Cabins and Trails
• golden lake campground
• abundance of B&B, lodges and campgrounds in the area 
•Camping on crown land is allowed but it is your responsibility to know where you are on crown land.
* Lakepoint Cottage Resort

A Video from the Pakkotinna

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Our community partners:

Platinum Corporate Members:

Pikwanagan Fuels 
648 Ininatig Inamo, Golden Lake, ON K0J 1X0

Sands On Golden
Lake 13163 ON-60, Golden Lake, ON K0J 1X0

Deacon Escarpment Cabins,
12560 ON-60, Golden Lake, ON K0J 1X0

Silver Corporate Members:

Lakepoint Cottage Resort,
42 Nien Mar Lane, Killaloe, ON