Regaining independent ambulation is the top priority for individuals recovering from stroke. Thus, physical rehabilitation post‐stroke should focus on improving walking function and endurance. The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of accelerometer‐based feedback of daily walking activity during rehabilitation on the frequency and duration of walking post‐stroke. Increased walking activity during rehabilitation is expected to improve walking function and community re‐integration following discharge. In addition, a focus on altering walking behaviour within the rehabilitation setting may lead to altered behaviour and increased activity patterns after discharge.