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The park is approximately 28 hectares containing a mix of habitats including hardwood forests, coniferous plantations, open fields, meadows, and wetlands. The Harmony Creek flows through the Harmony Valley Conservation Area. Dog friendly! The park also contains a popular off-leash area run by volunteers of the Oshawa Durham Area Walkers Group who care for and […]
The McLaughlin Bay Wildlife Reserve, located behind GM Canada headquarters building, is open to the public for the enjoyment of wildlife habitat and day use activities. Activities include: cross-country skiing snowshoeing skating cycling walking/hiking birdwatching photography With almost 7 km of walking and cycling trails, the McLaughlin Bay Wildlife Reserve provides not only access to […]
Greenwood Conservation Area is a 16km trail loop that’s located in northern Ajax. It has an amazing treeline setting and is appropriate for beginner to intermediate hikers. While the trail is dog friendly, any dogs brought to the park must be kept on a leash.
Extremely popular for wildlife viewing, Lynde Shores Conservation Area has a number of looping trails (5 km including the 1 km looping trail within the Cranberry West Tract). These trails, especially the Chickadee Trail, are just the right length for little ones and are generally stroller and wheelchair friendly. Feeding Wildlife For your safety and the […]
The Heber Down Conservation Area (284 hectares) offers a variety of activities for the recreation-minded. Fishing, nature walks, and picnicking are all popular activities that can be carried out just a short distance from home. The natural valleys provides many scenic vistas for those enjoying some of the 5 km of trails that run through this […]