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Lots of horse farms can be found in Stouffville’s greenbelt. With indoor and outdoor riding arenas, year-round equestrian activities are possible. Our stables offer training, lessons, and coaching, as well as trail riding, summer camps and holiday camps. Additionally, many offer rider-level testing.

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Stouffville is a haven for cyclists. Beautiful vistas can be enjoyed as you cycle the rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Cycling clubs are a frequent sight on country roads or resting at coffee shops. Mountain bikers and fat-tire enthusiasts enjoy single-track riding in the York Regional forests. For those that want to compete, Stouffville BMX hosts BMX training and racing opportunities. In town, there are many safe family cycling paths to enjoy.

Mountain Bike

Mountain biking in Stouffville provides an opportunity to be further separated from sharing the road with a fast-moving vehicle. The landscape of the Oak Ridges Moraine, where the glaciers ceased a southern movement and piled up, is a hilly surface and – there’s a lot of sand beneath. In addition, there are 13 York Regional Forest (YRF) tracts in Stouffville, providing natural connectivity and continuous forest cover.

Stouffville BMX

Stouffville BMX hosts BMX training and racing opportunities. The track is partnered with the Toronto PAN AM BMX Track for the development of athletes in the sport of BMX. This is a cycling facility not a motorized activity. “The goal is to get people off the couch and on a bike! Plain and simple. Exercise is life.”

Stouffville Roundabout

Cycling opportunities in Stouffville are remarkably good. Between multi-purpose sidewalk “trails”, dedicated trails and quiet city streets, there are plenty of safe opportunities. This “Stouffville Roundabout” proposal is 12.25 km in total length. A rule of thumb is that a 5-year-old child should be able to ride 8 kilometers, while a 12-year-old should be able to ride 16 kilometers.