Discover "Trenton's Mountain" that was left behind by glaciers. You can walk, hike, bike or drive up to the observation deck and see a panoramic view of Trenton's waterways and surrounding countryside. Visited in 1615 by Samuel de Champlain, the "mountain" is technicallty a drumlin, with an esker on the north end.
In the 1800's, a cannon was hoisted to the top of the mountain by a team of horses, but has not been fired since 1898.
The site was designated a Heritage Property in 1989, and a new lookout tower has replaced the former wooden one.
You can see as far away as Murray Hills, Belleville and into Prince Edward County.