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Cascades Conservation Area
Cascades Conservation Area is a great choice for a quiet hike in the beautiful poplar and birch forest. The highlight for many people is the spectacular rapids along the Current River. Visitors have a choice of several walking trails, eac...
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Cedar Falls Conservation Area
A cascading waterfall, lush evergreen forest and thick moss undergrowth add a sprinkle of northern delight to Cedar Falls Conservation Area. A pleasant walk along a well-marked trail leads visitors to Cedar Creek and the falls. You c...
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Hazelwood Lake Conservation Area
Hazelwood Lake is one of the closest inland lakes to the City of Thunder Bay. Located only 25 minutes from the City, this large, semi-wilderness area is perfect for full day family outings. Enjoy a refreshing swim at the beach or a leisur...
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Hurkett Cove Conservation Area
Hurkett Cove Conservation Area, located on Black Bay in the Township of Dorion, is a naturalist's paradise. The area is excellent for picnicking on the sandy beach or canoeing along the shore. A new pavilion with picnic tables and display...
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Little Trout Bay Conservation Area
Sparkling waters, a rugged landscape and tree-clad coasts are just some of the sights awaiting you at Little Trout Bay Conservation Area.   On-shore activities include picnic facilities and hiking trails with spectacular look-ou...
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MacKenzie Point Conservation Area
MacKenzie Point Conservation Area is a small rock outcrop on Lake Superior in the Township of Shuniah. The area offers a splendid view of Lake Superior and the Sleeping Giant. It is a great choice for enjoying an evening sunset. Direction...
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Mission Island Marsh Conservation Area
The shallow water and aquatic plants of Mission Island Marsh are essential for waterfowl and fish. Visitors can get an expansive view of the entire wetland from the viewing mound or walk along the boardwalk for a closer look at the colourful ...
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Wishart Forest Conservation Area
Wishart Forest is a 221 ha spruce and jack pine, boreal forest. In summer, a green carpet of moss gives the area a northern appeal. In winter, make your tracks over the rolling topography of Wishart by snowshoes. The Orange Trail explo...
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