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Marsh Boardwalk Trail, Presqu’ile Provincial Park, Brighton Ontario

Marsh Boardwalk Trail, Presqu’ile Provincial Park, Brighton Ontario Park Address:328 Presqu’ile Pkwy, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0 Lattitude and Longitude: N 43.997165 -77.724597 This 1.2 km loop trail includes over 800 meters of boardwalk that takes visitors into the marsh.  The Boardwalk has been totally rebuilt by the Friends of Presqu’ile Park and their volunteers, with

Peter’s Wood Provincial Nature Reserve, Roseneath Ontario

Peter’s Wood Provincial Nature Reserve, Roseneath Ontario 992 McDonald Rd, Roseneath, ON K0K 2X0, Canada Peter’s Woods is on the sandy, north-facing slope of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Steep-sided valleys have been cut into this northern slope by surface runoff, springs and the headwater streams of Mill Creek. Deciduous forests of sugar maple beech, red

Hell Holes Nature Trails & Caves, Centreville Ontario

Hell Holes Nature Trails & Caves , Centreville Ontario 420 Barrett Road, Centreville Ontario Admission: Adults $7.00, Youths (5-15) $5.00, Children Dare to go in the Hell Hole? Enjoy a 3.2 km self-guided tour through a unique geological area of Eastern Ontario. This privately owned land brings a little bit of everything to a hike/adventure.

Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area, Milton Ontario

Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area, Milton Ontario 7200 Appleby Line, Milton, ON L9T 2Y1 Website: http://www.conservationhalton.ca/park-details?park=rattlesnake-point The Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area was established as a conservation area in 1961 by the Halton Region Conservation Authority. It is a popular destination for hikers, backpackers, cyclists, rock climbers and nature-lovers.  The park’s offers  ten kilometres of cliff edge

French River Gorge and Suspension Bridge, Alban Ontario

French River Gorge and Suspension Bridge , Alban Ontario GPS Coordinates for the Bridge: N46 1.019 W80 35.138 Park Address: 20526 Trans-Canada Hwy 69, P0M1A0,, Alban, ON Phone: (705) 857-1630 Website: http://www.ontarioparks.com/park/frenchriver The French River is the first designated Canadian Heritage River that Aboriginal people used for travel and as a meeting place for thousands

Ouimet Canyon, Pass Lake Ontario

Ouimet Canyon, Pass Lake Ontario RR#1 Greenwich Lake Rd, Pass Lake, ON P0T 2M0 Latitude: 48.766486 Longitude: -88.670826 The Ouimet Canyon is known as the Grand Canyon North, The Ouitmet Canyon is so deep and narrow that plants otherwise native to the Artic thrive in its dark recesses. It’s a little wonder that a group

Parrott’s Bay Conservation Area, Amherstview Ontario

Parrott’s Bay Conservation Area, Amherstview Ontario Address:  4976 Bath Rd, Amherstview, ON K0H Parrott’s Bay is the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority’s newest conservation area. It has 117 hectares (289 acres) of woods and wetlands with beautiful waterfront views. Parrott’s Bay is a great place to get out and enjoy nature. The Conservation Area has limited

Gull Pond, Prince Edward County Ontario

Gull Pond, Prince Edward County Ontario 325 Charwell Point Rd, Prince Edward, ON K0K, Canada Prepare for some off-roading! This is a very remote location reached from old service roads, prepare for a slow bumpy ride! This is a great area to  hike around Gull Pond across the water to almost a remote shoreline around

Beaver Meadow Conservation Area, Prince Edward County Ontario

Beaver Meadow Conservation Area Address: County Road 11, Cherry Valley, Ontario Beaver Meadow is not a well known point in Prince Edward County. When approaching the sign you drive through a rough road for a few minuets to the parking lot and then have a few options for hiking. You can walk along and through

Lemoine Point Conservation Area, Kingston Ontario

Address: Lemoine Point Conservation Area, 1440 Coverdale Drive, Kingston, ON K7M Website: http://crca.ca/conservation-lands/conservation-areas/lemoine-point-conservation-area/ Bordered by Lake Ontario and Collins Bay, Lemoine Point is 136 hectares of forest, field and marsh, with a spectacular waterfront. Many opportunities for recreation and nature appreciation are available in all seasons. Lemoine Point Conservation Area was purchased by the CRCA

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