Hungry Hollow trail runs along the Silver Creek branch of the Credit River, nestled in a valley to the south of Georgetown.
It is known for its beautiful marshes, ponds, meadows, bridges and boardwalks. In total the trail is 5.40 km long and has everything for hikers, cyclists and even cross-country skiers. The trail continues all the way to Cedarvale Park in Georgetown and to the east towards Norval.
Hungry Hollow is a popular spot with local schools and students often visit it to learn about bio-diversity (notice the signs along the trail that point out the different plants and animals that inhabit Hungry Hollow).