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A.W. Campbell Conservation Area
A.W. Campbell Conservation Area offers trails that take you through a deciduous forest and floodplain. The trails at A.W. Campbell Conservation Area travel a distance of 8 km and they lead you along Morrough Creek which includes wildflowe...
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Albion Hills Conservation Area
Albion Hills Conservation Area is located 40 minutes northwest of Toronto, in the rolling hills of Caledon. Albion Hills conservation area is the outdoor enthusiasts dream. In winter, 27 kilometers of skiing trails are groomed for cross c...
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Allan Park Conservation Area
Allan Park Conservation Area has a rolling forested landscape and an impressive pond area. Allan Park Conservation Area is a great location to spend an afternoon.  Allan Park Conservation Area is a day-use conservation area and is op...
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Archie Coulter Conservation Area
Archie Coulter Conservation Area was named after a former CCCA Chairperson and local conservationist.  The Archie Coulter Conservation Area stretches for 135 acres along the west branch of Catfish Creek. Outdoor Activities at Archie ...
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Backus Heritage Conservation Area
From the 1798 grist mill to the popularity of special events, Backus Heritage Conservation Area is a unique blend of natural and cultural heritage. Take a leisurely walk on the grounds and be intrigued by the conservation education centre and...
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Ball's Falls Conservation Area
Ball’s Falls Conservation Area offers spectacular scenery, natural beauty and reveals interesting traces of a mid 19th century industrial hamlet. With the addition of the new Centre for Conservation, Ball’s Falls Conservation Area...
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Ball's Mills Conservation Area
Ball’s Mill is located north of Cobourg in Hamilton Township and consists of 38.1 acres (15.7 ha). The land was acquired on November 6, 1974 and offers both woodland trails and a pond which are great for exploring and spotting wildl...
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Bannockburn Conservation Area
Early morning walks will reward you with sightings of deer, grouse and numerous songbirds. Bannockburn Conservation Area is home to six different natural communities: wet meadow, eastern white cedar, deciduous forest, old field and ...
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Baxter Conservation Area
Follow over five kilometres of trails through wetlands, conifer plantations, mixed forest, alder thickets, nut groves and a solar energy display. The trails are perfect for hiking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Enjoy a peaceful vi...
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Beamer Memorial Conservation Area
Renowned as the best vantage point in the Niagara Peninsula to observe the annual spring migration, Beamer Memorial Conservation Area also offers one of the most breathtaking and panoramic views of the Niagara Escarpment and Lake Ontario. ...
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Beaver Meadow Wildlife Management Conservation Area
This area features a large wetland that harbours wood ducks, osprey and herons. Deciduous woods and a large plantation of wildlife shrubs on the property are excellent for songbirds. Two short hiking trails branch off from the parking lot...
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Belfountain Conservation Area
Places of Interest There is plenty to see and do at Belfountain. A nature trail spans the river gorge using a suspension bridge and then winds along the steep sides of the Escarpment requiring steady feet and approximately 30 minutes to w...
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Belwood Lake Conservation Area
Belwood Lake was created in 1942 with the construction of the Shand Dam, the first dam in Canada built solely for water control purposes. Conservation area visitors can stand on the top deck of the dam and see the vista of the Grand River val...
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Big Bend Conservation Area
An archaeological site located here was shared by hunting and gathering Native people over 3,000 years ago. Some interesting things to note at this conservation area:  There is a boat launch to the Thames River which is a Canadian Heritage...
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Big O Conservation Area
Big O Conservation Area has a variety of habitats and a number of nature trails that allow visitors to hike through these areas. The park is open for dayuse from 8 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. year-round, free of charge. The Big O Conservation ...
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Black Creek Pioneer Villiage Conservation Area
Before we had electricity, moving water was the engine that turned the mill wheels of rural Canada, grinding grain into flour and providing a focal point for Ontario’s early communities. With the mill perched at the side of the stream, ...
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Bleasdell Boulder Conservation Area
There truly is something for everyone at the Bleasdell Boulder Conservation Area. Apart from the Bleasdell Boulder and other erratics, you will see a wide variety of trees, flowers, and ferns. You may find beaver activity, rabbits, hare, ...
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Boyd Conservation Area
Boyd Conservation Area, located in the City of Vaughan along the picturesque Humber River Valley, offers wonderful activities and experiences. The steep-sided Humber River Valley and tall trees provide a quiet refuge where you can relax a...
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Brant Conservation Area
Brant Conservation Area is nestled in a bend of the Grand River amid the historic communities of Brantford and Brant County, and just a few minutes away from the First Nations territories of the Six Nations and Mississaugas of the New Credit....
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Bruce Caves Conservation Area
This property lies in the former Keppel Township, just off Grey County Road No. 26, 4.8 km northeast of Wiarton. Bruce's Caves Conservation area consists of 7 hectares of Niagara Escarpment and rock talus, upland hardwoods, wooded swamp a...
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Bruce's Mill Conservation Area
Conveniently located off Highway 404, Bruce's Mill Conservation Area is a popular destination for residents of the City of Toronto and York Region. Activities and Facts -  10 kilometers of hiking trails -  11 picnic ...
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Brucedale Conservation Area
Looking for a peaceful natural getaway spot? Brucedale Conservation Area is an ideal choice. Located between Kincardine and Port Elgin on the lakeshore, the site is easily accessible from Hwy #21. The welcome mat is open before Victoria D...
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Byng Island Conservation Area
Byng Island Conservation Area offers campers, boaters and day-visitors a chance to explore both the Grand River and Lake Erie. The 190-hectare conservation area encompasses Carolinian forest, reforested farmland, and open space. Located o...
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C.M. Wilson Conservation Area
Camp at one of the 100 sites at C.M. Wilson Conservation Area. Many sites are serviced with hydro and water. Basic food supplies are available at the gatehouse. Washrooms are fully serviced with showers. Tables and barbecues are available...
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Cambridge to Paris Rail Trail Conservation Area
The Cambridge to Paris Rail-Trail is owned and operated by the Grand River Conservation Authority and follows the old roadbed of the Lake Erie and Northern Railway between the City of Cambridge to the Town of Paris. It was opened in 1994 ...
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